Fiber optic cables for outdoor applications are engineered to withstand the more demanding conditions seen outside, from environmental extremes to mechanical forces. These are the outdoor fiber optic cables you see strung along telephone poles (aerial), installed inside an underground duct, or even buried directly below ground. Outdoor cables therefore feature rugged constructions to resist ultra-violet light and temperature fluctuations and may include features to withstand the requirements of being installed outdoors.
Loose tubes(or some fillers) stranded around the metal central strength member
Bound by corrugated longitudinal steel tape with outer PE jacket
The tube is made of good temperature property material.A number of single or multimode fibers double-coated are contained in the loose tube.
Long distance and local area network (LAN) commumication