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First Proof That Geographic Location on Deployed Fiber Cable Can Be Determined by Using OTDR Distance Based on Distributed Fiber Optical Sensing Technology

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Abstract

We demonstrated for the first time that geographic locations on deployed fiber cables can be determined accurately by using OTDR distances. The method involves vibration stimulation near deployed cables and distributed fiber optical sensing technology.

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