This patent relates to the method of manufacture of preforms with a soot based core rod, such as Vapor Axial Deposition (VAD) and synthetic overclad cylinder glass to provide low water peak fiber performance.
What does LWPF stand for?
LWPF stands for Low Water Peak Fiber
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- Lightweight Personnel Detection Device
- Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society
- London West Properties & Finance (UK)
- Low-Weight Polynomial Form Integer (mathematics)
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- Lake Wales Public Library (Florida)
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- Locally Weighted Polynomial Regression
- Locally Weighted Projection Regression (algorithm)
- Landelijke Werkgroep Professionele Schapenhouders (Dutch: National Working Group Professional Sheep Farmers)
- Lowell Whiteman Primary School (Steamboat Springs, CO)
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Regarding the importance of low water peak fiber and Corning's global conversion, Musser will say, "the market is recognizing the value in low water peak fiber, as it is quickly becoming the standard.
OFS' AllWave fiber processing breakthrough achieves lower loss than any other low water peak fiber on the market -- less than half the aging loss of the nearest competitor.
Corning's SMF-28e(TM) low water peak fiber also received a 2001 Technology Award from Fiberoptic Product News.
SMF-28e fiber is the world's most widely demanded low water peak fiber, compliant to all major industry standards.
BOC (NYSE:BOX) is using its patented Spectra-Blend(TM) gas mixing technology to provide optical fiber manufacturers with precise concentrations and reliable supply of high-purity deuterium gas for use in producing low water peak fiber.
24 dB/km, enabling emerging L-band technology and providing the best specification at this wavelength of any low water peak fiber or non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber (NZ-DSF) in the industry.
Due to its superior design, SMF-28e, Corning's low water peak fiber, optimizes performance in the 1383 nm band which has historically been limited by attenuation.