Are all cable lines are alike?
I’ve heard this many times before and typically it’s from operations type folks who have seen both copper and fiber cable operations recognize the similarity of the process but do not understand the subtle differences between processing a malleable material such as copper and a crystalline structure such as glass.
I’ve heard many folks tell me they don’t understand why you cannot produce optical fiber cable and copper cable side-by-side on the same equipment.
In order to look at this accurately, let’s start with some of the physics involved.
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