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UK power utilities' experience with optical telecommunications cabling systems

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The liberalisation of the UK telecommunications market has encouraged the development of alternative carrier networks, one result of which has been a greatly increased rate of optical cable installation on power lines. A description of UK experience to date with the three main cabling options, optical conductor, wrapped cable and self-supporting all-dielectric cable, is the main focus of this article.<>

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Power Engineering Journal  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 1 )