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Newsletter – Issue 133

Included in this newsletter: New Members of the FIA Dates for your Diary CPR Clarity White paper and Technical Support Document updates FIA Summer Seminar 2019 Stolen Equipment Register Technical Support Guide Access FIA Accredited Installers – the official list for...

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FIA White Paper – New Optical Fibre designations for 2019

This paper provides information on the forthcoming changes to the way the optical fibres within the cables we regularly purchase and install are to be designated and highlights some concerns surrounding those changes. For multimode optical fibre systems, the cabling...

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Notice of Annual General Meeting

Notice of Annual General Meeting Dear FIA Member, Re: FIA Annual General Meeting – Tuesday 4th December 2018 – 11.30 a.m. I do hope that you will make a special effort to attend the Fibreoptic Industry Association AGM being held this year on...

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FIA White Paper – The truth about OS1 (now OS1a) and OS2

There continues to be a great deal of confusion about the purpose, and meaning, of the cabled optical fibre Categories OS1 and OS2. This confusion exists at all levels of the industry and affects, in equal measure, the suppliers of optical fibre and optical fibre...

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