• New electric storage system can reduce our expenses
    Post time: Jan-10-2020

    Our life cannot live without electricity, each electric appliance needs electricity to run normally. Especially in summer and winter, we need air condition to adjust room temperature and this is the peak time for electricity consumption. The researchers from National Laboratory of Oak Ridge y pro...Read more »

  • New Indoor FODB for FTTH deployment
    Post time: Jan-08-2020

    Jera has researched plenty of designs of fiber optic distribution boxes, we offer the most convenient and cost efficient boxes for FTTX solution. We have launched a production of indoor fiber optic distribution box for our customers. This box was designed to terminate feeding transit optical cabl...Read more »

  • New option of insulated cable lug
    Post time: Dec-30-2019

    In order to provide the most suitable cable jointing accessories for the purpose of termination and connection of transmission lines, jera has studied a huge variety of low voltage connectors. Here we introduce our new Insulated cable lug which designed to attach low voltage power cable to electr...Read more »

  • The costs of fiber optic cable deployment may be decreased
    Post time: Dec-27-2019

    Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have developed a new type of inline optical fiber amplifier that could potentially double the information-carrying capacity of fiber-optic cables. The team built a custom optical fiber that suppressed lasing at 1,064 nm and amplified light...Read more »

  • Russia and USA’s cable system for light signal transmitting
    Post time: Dec-18-2019

    Researchers from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology have partnered up with engineers from Corning Inc., U.S., and T8, Russia, and developed a system for high-throughput data transfer over great distances without the need for signal repeating along the way. Systems of this kind could b...Read more »

  • Light is able to travel through wood fiber
    Post time: Dec-12-2019

    A research team at Finland’s VTT Technical Research Center has demonstrated optical fibers made of cellulose—in essence, waveguides from wood.While the resulting, rather lossy fibers are unlikely to find a home in mainstream fiber domains like telecom, the researchers believe that they could ulti...Read more »

  • Tracking power generation
    Post time: Dec-04-2019

    A team of researchers at Stanford University has found a way to track how much electricity is generated and used on an hourly basis.The group describes their method and how it can be used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. In this new effort, the researchers accessed publicly available databases...Read more »

  • Underwater fiber-optic cables make superb seismic network
    Post time: Dec-02-2019

    Fiber-optic cables that constitute a global undersea telecommunications network could one day help scientists study offshore earthquakes and the geologic structures hidden deep beneath the ocean surface. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley and Rice University describe an exper...Read more »

  • Suspension bracket for OHL cable
    Post time: Nov-25-2019

    After research that we’ve made its became obvious that some cables and FTTH projects do not requires huge mechanical loads, because cables are light weight, having more density value. That’s why bracket JS-1500  fully correspond to this requirement. In addition it has lower material consumption, ...Read more »

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