Fiber o In the metropolitan segments, single mode fiber will be used. In any case where the routes for Grantor's intercity and metropolitan networks converge, Grantor shall have the right to elect to install either non-zero dispersion-shifted optical fiber or single mode fiber. Grantor may substitute alternative fibers if and only if such alternative fibers have performance specifications which are at least equal to the specifications set forth below: Single Mode Fiber o The fiber optic cable shall generally be single-armored (except where Grantor determines otherwise at their sole discretion)
Fiber. Lessee is entitled to order a maximum of 42,024 FIBER MILES under this Agreement #2. Unless otherwise converted to an IRU pursuant to Section 3.5, MFN grants to Lessee a lease in the Lessee fiber for a period of 20 years beginning on the Acceptance Date. At any time during the Term, Lessee may substitute between 6 and 96 Lessee Fiber for Lessee Fiber in any other segment(s) provided: (i) Lessee Fiber in such other segment(s) are available as determined in MFN's good faith reasonable discretion; (ii) such Lessee Fiber have not yet been spliced in order to establish interconnections by Lessee; (iii) such substitution does not leave less than 6 fibers in such segment; (iv) Lessee shall be responsible for the Costs related to the splicing and re-testing arising from Lessee's specific request for substitution of Lessee Fiber, if applicable (not to include Costs for splicing or testing for the normal delivery of Lessee Fiber); and (v) though the number of such substitutions are not limited, Lessee will use reasonable business judgment to make substitutions based upon a good faith determination of the need therefore.
Fiber. The fiber reflected on the Metropolitan Access Network maps and the Long Haul Fiber Route maps are all of the fiber used for the conduct of the Business as presently conducted by the Company. All of the fiber owned by the Company is free and clear of any Lien, other than Permitted Liens. The Metropolitan Access Network and the Long Haul Fiber Route comply, and have been maintained and perform, in all material respects, with applicable Bellcore, Underwriters' Laboratory, Network Equipment Building Standards and Electronic Industry Alliance - Telecommunications Industry Association standards or equivalents. All fiber in the Metropolitan Access Network and the Long Haul Fiber Route has been built and installed substantially in accordance with applicable permits and the Metropolitan Access Network and the Long Haul Fiber Route are currently operational.
Fiber. Grantor is installing non-zero dispersion-shifted optical fiber in the long haul segments (i.e., Gateway Facility to Gateway Facility) of the Grantor System. In the metropolitan segments, single mode fiber will be used. In any case where the routes for Grantor's long-haul and metropolitan networks converge, Grantor shall have the right to elect to install either type of fiber. Grantor may substitute alternative fibers if and only if such alternative fibers have performance specifications which are at least equal to the specifications set forth below. Non-Zero Dispersion -Shifted Optical Fiber o Attenuation at 1550 nm = 0.25 dB/km max o Attenuation at 1625 nm = 0.25 dB/km max o Total Dispersion = 2.0 - 6.0 ps/nm-km for 1530 nm to 1565nm 4.5 - 11.2 ps/nm-km for 1565nm to 1625nm o Effective Area (Aeff) = 72 m(2), typical o Polarization Mode Dispersion = 0.20 ps max per fiber, typical 0.08 ps link value o Mode Field Diameter = 9.20 to 10.00 im at 1550 nm o Cladding Diameter = 125.0 +- 1.0 im o Core/Clad Concentricity <= 0.5 im Single Mode Fiber o Attenuation at 1310 nm = 0.40 dB/km max o Attenuation at 1550 nm = 0.30 dB/km max o Zero Dispersion wavelength = 1312nm typical o Wavelength cutoff<1260nm typical o Dispersion slope =<.0902ps typical o Polarization Mode dispersion = 0.20 ps max per fiber, 0.10 ps link value o Mode Field Diameter = 9.2+- 0.4 im at 1310 nm & 10.4 +-0.8 at 1550 nm o Cladding Diameter = 125.0 +- 1.0 im o Core/Clad Concentricity <=0.5 im Conduit o OSP Conduit SDR 11 o 1-1/4" (inside diameter) o High density polyethylene (HDPE) duct o Tensile yield 3200 psi o Flexural modulus 110,000 psi o Smoothwall inside & outer o Empty (no rope or tape) o Unlubricated Exhibit "F" Long Haul Network Fiber Acceptance Testing Procedures and Standards All splices will be performed with an industry accepted fusion splicing machine. Grantor will perform two stages of testing during the construction of a new fiber cable route. Initially, Optical Time Domain Reflectometer ("OTDR") tests will be taken from one direction. As soon as fiber connectivity has been achieved to both Regeneration/Opamp Facilities, Grantor will verify and record the continuity of all fibers. Grantor will take and record power level readings on all fibers in both directions. Grantor will bi-directional OTDR test all fibers. During the initial construction, it is only possible to measure the fiber from one direction. Because of this, splices will be qualified during initial construction wit...
Fiber. On the terms and conditions herein and in each Product Order, SRP licenses to Licensee, and Licensee licenses from SRP, the right to use the Fiber specifically described in each Product Order (the “Fiber”) and any equipment described in the Product Order as being licensed to Licensee. All right, title and interest in the Fiber and any Equipment shall at all times remain exclusively with SRP (or with any third party from whom SRP obtains the rights to the Fiber), except for the rights granted to Licensee to use the Fiber and Equipment under this Agreement and the applicable Product Order. Licensee may use the Fiber solely for providing Telecommunications Services, in accordance with applicable laws, rules, regulations, orders and other regulatory requirements, now or later in effect, of any governmental authority having jurisdiction over Licensee, the Fiber or the use thereof. This Agreement and the license granted hereunder are subject to termination or expiration as provided herein, and shall have no force or effect thereafter, except as provided in Section 2.3 (Product Orders) with respect to any Product Order that may continue to remain effective.
Fiber. At a minimum, 75% of the newspaper feed into the processing system will be captured and baled separately from mixed paper. • Product sold by the Contractor will meet the ISRI specifications for #8 newspaper, #2 mixed paper and OCC or the Contractor will manufacture a commodity of sufficient quality that sales revenue per ton are equal to or greater than the average market price paid to other processors in the Bay Area selling the same commodity grade as determined by a local market survey of other processors conducted by the SBWMA at the SBWMA’s discretion. • Should prices fall below the average commodity price or the Contractor’s loads are rejected or down graded by buyers, the Contractor will be required to meet the ISRI product quality specifications. • Not more than 1% of fiber materials (defined as whole or intact sheets of fiber and does not include shredded paper) fed into the Processing System shall be disposed as residue or trash. • At a minimum, 90% of the paper (excluding shredded and paper recovered as newspaper or corrugated cardboard) arriving at the facility will be captured and baled as mixed paper. • At a minimum, 95% of the corrugated cardboard arriving at the facility will be captured and baled as OCC.
Fiber. Other than as set forth on Section 3.21 of the Seller Disclosure Schedule, Seller owns and has the exclusive use of all fiber and conduit related to or used in the operation of the Business. No Person other than Seller has any right to use any conduit that is used in the operation of the Business. All of the signal transmission facilities (coaxial cable and fiber) used to service customers of the Systems are, to the extent they are located in conduit, are located in conduit that is included in the Conveyed Assets, except for direct buried “drops.”