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  • Internet submarine cables will be used to detect earthquakes

    Internet submarine cables will be used to detect earthquakes

    Researchers propose using existing internet submarine optical fiber cables as seismographs. The first results are particularly encouraging. A team of researchers from Rice University and the University of California has just revealed in the journal how to easily set up an underwater earthquakes ...
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  • Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan Launch Fiber-Optic Cable Construction Along Caspian Sea

    Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan Launch Fiber-Optic Cable Construction Along Caspian Sea

    The project, which is also known as the Trans Caspian Fiber Optic (TCFO), came online last week in the Kazakhstani port city of Aktau. Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan took another step toward strengthening their telecommunication systems as top officials have inaugurated last week the construction of ...
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  • Space Market Research

    Space Market Research

    Global Gel-Filled Fiber Cable Market research Report analyzes worldwide players of the market by studying various segments and end-user applications. Individual analysis of top regions and countries like North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa a...
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  • Market Research Place

    Market Research Place

    Market Research Place is publishing a new research study, Global Optical Fiber Cable Market Research Report 2019-2025, providing a detailed analysis of the Optical Fiber Cable market. As concluded in this latest report, the market is ted to witness fast-paced growth during the forecast period fr...
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  • Under Monterey Bay shows undersea fiber-optic cables can detect quakes, fault systems.

    Under Monterey Bay shows undersea fiber-optic cables can detect quakes, fault systems.

    The Monterey Accelerated Research System (MARS) cabled observatory, a node for science instruments on the ocean floor 891 meters (2,923 feet) below the surface of Monterey Bay, is connected to shore by a 52-kilometer (32-mile) undersea cable that carries data and power. About 20 kilometers of th...
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