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Need more info. What is your application, is it a back bone, are there regular drop points etc. For long haul I would assume you are going to use Single Mode, G.655 fibre. depending on the active equipment You could get 80km between re-transmission points. from a practical point of view the cable drum lengths will also play a part. For a 72 core cable loose tube, Nylon Jacket cable a 8km drum is getting fairly large so I would assume that a splice joint would be need at least every 8km.
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