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FAQ - What is the difference between ATB3101 1A and 1B

Publication Date:  2012-07-25  |   Views:  185  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  wupeng  |   Document ID:  EKB0000472336

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Issue Description

Q:
The differences between ATB3101-1A and ATB3101-1B in ODN networks?

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Handling Process

Q:
ATB3101-1A, 1A, means one core fiber and the precise of the connector is “UPC”.
ATB3101-1B,  1B, means one core fiber and the precise of the connector is “APC”.
UPC: the color of the connector is blue and the ORL(optical reflective loss) >50db.
APC: the color of the connector is green and the ORL(optical reflective loss) >55db.
APC is more delicate than the UPC.

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