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What is the difference between "at intermediate points with in a cable where two fibers are joined and at intermediate points in a link where two cables are connected"
 

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sounds like the first requires a splice of two fibers, while the later is where you hook up a connectorized end of a fiber.
 

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the former refers to the fiber optic splicing...
 

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