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11/11/2014 11:59:35 PM
fiberjeremy Member #: 67873 Registered: 4/16/2009
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Company: Fiber One, Inc. Occupation: Fiber Splicer Location: Blue Ridge GA
Deep Fiber Solutions turning legacy coax to fiber
Does anyone have knowledge of this? They use a proprietary injection process to flood and push the existing shielding and center conductor out of legacy jacket then use the jacket to blow microfiber(up to 192f)through like a duct. The process appears to recycle the internal materials of the cable while allowing to push fiber deeper into the network. Fascinating ramifications anywhere permits are time consuming or the ground is so full that laying new conduit would be difficult. Pricing looked to be 3$/ft.  Do you have any first hand feedback about this process or prognostications about it's usefulness. I'm thinking about making a career detour and exploring this further.
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