Fiber definition

Fiber means a glass strand or strands which is/are protected by a color coded buffer tube and which is/are used to transmit a communication signal along the glass strand in the form of pulses of light.
Fiber means a particulate form of asbestos, 5 micrometers or longer, with a length-to-diameter ratio of at least 3 to 1.
Fiber means fiber optic cabling and conduits (or usage rights thereto) owned or held by any of the Acquired Companies by lease, IRU or otherwise.

Examples of Fiber in a sentence

The stabilizing additive shall meet the Fiber Quality Requirements listed in Illinois Modified AASHTO M 325.

Dark Fiber is an optical transmission facility without attached multiplexing, aggregation or other electronics.

Dark fiber requests will be handled on a first come, first served basis, based on the date the Dark Fiber Application (DFA) is received.

Rules for gaining access to unbundled network elements apply to Dark Fiber.

Routine network modifications also include activities needed to enable CLEC to light a Dark Fiber transport facility.


More Definitions of Fiber

Fiber means a glass strand or strands which is/are used to transmit a communication signal along the glass strand in the form of pulses of light.
Fiber means a technology that converts electrical signals carrying data to light and sends the light through transparent glass fibers to provide Broadband internet services.
Fiber means fiber optic telecommunications cable or other transmission medium that may be used in lieu thereof for the same purposes.
Fiber means any particulate contaminant with a length at least three times greater than its width.
Fiber means any particle with a length of at least three times greater than its width.
Fiber means fiber cable and related fiber strands, splices and terminations to be installed on and between Structures along the Route pursuant to this Agreement.
Fiber means Fiber Industries, Inc., a Delaware corporation which is wholly-owned by Prince.