Water Absorbing Cable Gel
RB-300 water absorbing cable gel for cable is used in network cable, USB series, power cord, computer peripheral cable, network optical fiber, etc.
1. 100% water resistance effect;
2. Good thixotropy, suitable for cold filling process;
3. Excellent oxidation resistance and long-term stability
Main Technical Parameters
Cone penatration @ 25°C (dmm)
@ -40°C (dmm)
OIT@ 190°C (min)
Water absorption height@5min (%)
RB-300 water absorbing cable gel is well compatible with high polymer material and cable plastic material .But we recommend that the compatibility test should be made before polymer materials are in contact with the gel.
RB-300 water absorbing cable gel is designed for cold filling.
30% deposit ,70% balance should be paid before shipment.
20’GP : witnin 7 working days after receiving the deposit.
40’GP : within 10 working days after receiving the deposit.
Deutsche Telekom increases 400 million euros expenditure in 2018 to build fiber and mobile networks
Recently, when Deutsche Telekom announced its fiscal year 2017 performance, it revealed that it will relax capital expenditures and invest 12.5 billion euros (15.4 billion U.S. dollars) this year, up from 12.1 billion euros (14.9 billion U.S. dollars) in 2017, building fiber optics and mobile networks, With a view to successfully launching next-generation 5G services in 2020.
Forced by growing political and competitive pressures, the German operator had to promise to increase all-optical network investment. Deutsche Telekom promises that this year's German fiber penetration rate (copper and fiber hybrid network) will increase from 71% in 2017 to 80%. The short-term goal is to ensure 18 million German households (about 45% of the national total) to the end of the year. Can access 250Mbit/s service. However, most connections will be made through a technology called Supervectoring, which uses copper connections instead of full fiber networks to boost the signal in the last mile.
Deutsche Telekom had previously promised to increase all-fiber spending from 2019. The operator plans to connect 80% of the German business district to the fiber optic network by the beginning of 2020, and said that it will provide more details on “Continuously high input to achieve Gigabit targets” in May.
The backhaul connection (between the base station and the core network) and the forward connection (between the decentralized RAN networks) of the 5G mobile network will rely heavily on optical fiber. In order to build a higher-speed 5G mobile network, operators will need the most advanced fixed-line infrastructure. This year, Deutsche Telekom stated that it will deploy 60,000 kilometers of optical fiber in Germany, up from 40,000 kilometers in 2017.
Despite this, mobile networks themselves require additional expenses. An infrastructure subsidiary led by Deutsche Funkturm (DFMG), led by former CTO Bruno Jacobfeuerborn, will focus on building the cellular base stations required for 5G. Deutsche Telekom currently has approximately 28,000 towers in Germany. The operator had previously stated that with the introduction of 5G technology in 2020, this number may double. Deutsche Telekom stated that from 2014 to 2017, its annual number of new cellular base stations is about 500; in the next mid-term, DFMG will increase this number to 2,000.
After Orange revealed in France that it will increase investment this year, the good news of Deutsche Telekom may provide some comfort to the equipment suppliers who recently complained about the reduction of capital expenditures by major customers. However, Orange also stated that its capital expenditure will start to decline after 2019, and Deutsche Telekom expects that expenditures in 2019 will “slightly decline”.