Dark Fiber Loop Sample Clauses

Dark Fiber Loop. 2.8.4.1 Dark Fiber Loop is an unused optical transmission facility, without attached signal regeneration, multiplexing, aggregation or other electronics, from the demarcation point at an End User’s premises to the End User’s serving wire center. Dark Fiber Loops may be strands of optical fiber existing in aerial or underground structure. BellSouth will not provide line terminating elements, regeneration or other electronics necessary for AFN to utilize Dark Fiber Loops.
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Dark Fiber Loop. Consists of fiber optic strand(s) in a Verizon fiber optic cable between Verizon's accessible terminal, such as the fiber distribution frame, or its functional equivalent, located within a Verizon Wire Center, and Verizon’s accessible terminal located in Verizon’s main termination point at a Customer premises, such as a fiber patch panel, and that has not been activated through connection to electronics that “light” it and render it capable of carrying Telecommunications Services.
Dark Fiber Loop. 2.8.7.1 Dark Fiber Loop is an unused optical transmission facility without attached signal regeneration, multiplexing, aggregation or other electronics that connects two points within BellSouth’s network. Dark Fiber Loops may be strands of optical fiber existing in aerial or underground structure. BellSouth will not provide line terminating elements, regeneration or other electronics necessary for Louisville Telephone to utilize Dark Fiber Loops.
Dark Fiber Loop. Consists of fiber optic strand(s) in a Frontier fiber optic cable between Frontier's accessible terminal, such as the fiber distribution frame, or its functional equivalent, located within a Frontier End Office, and Frontier’s accessible terminal located in Frontier’s main termination point at a Customer premises, such as a fiber patch panel, and that Frontier has not activated through connection to electronics that “light” it and render it capable of carrying Telecommunications Services.
Dark Fiber Loop. Dark Fiber Loop is a Loop as defined in 2.1.1 within an existing fiber optic cable that has not yet been activated through optronics to render it capable of carrying communications services.
Dark Fiber Loop. An unactivated optical transmission facility within a LATA, without attached multiplexing, aggregation or other electronics, between a wire center and an Enterprise Customer’s premises, that is provided on an unbundled basis pursuant to 47 U.S.C. § 251(c)(3) and 47 C.F.R. Part 51.
Dark Fiber Loop. 2.8.1 BellSouth shall provide NuVox with nondiscriminatory access to a Dark Fiber Loop on an unbundled basis. Dark Fiber Loop is fiber within an existing fiber optic cable that has not been activated through the use of optronics to render it capable of carrying communications services that extends from the demarcation point at an end user customer’s premises and the BellSouth central office. Dark Fiber Loops may be strands of optical fiber existing in aerial or underground structure.
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Dark Fiber Loop. Fiber within an existing fiber optic cable that has not yet been activated through optronics to render it capable of carrying communications services.
Dark Fiber Loop. The Dark Fiber Loop is a segment between a BellSouth central office and an end user customer premise.
Dark Fiber Loop. 2.8.7.1 Dark Fiber Loop is an unused optical transmission facility, without attached signal regeneration, multiplexing, aggregation or other electronics, from an end user’s premises connected via a cross connect to the demarcation point associated with South Georgia Pre-Paid’s collocation space in the end user’s serving wire center. Dark Fiber Loops may be strands of optical fiber existing in aerial or underground structure. BellSouth will not provide line terminating elements, regeneration or other electronics necessary for South Georgia Pre-Paid to utilize Dark Fiber Loops.
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