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Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC):  A cable construction that includes both optical fiber and copper components as transmission media.


HFC Network:  A telecommunications network consisting of both fiber optic and copper components, as in FTTC.


IEEE:  Abbreviation for Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.  A professional association that contributes to voluntary standards within these industries.


Index of Refraction:  The ratio of the velocity of light in free space to the velocity of light in a fiber. 


InGaAsP:  Abbreviation for Indium Gallium Arsenide Phosphide.  Used in high performance detectors.


Insertion Loss:  Loss resulting from inserting a component (connector, splice, etc.) into a fiber path.


Interferometer:  An instrument used to measure the endface geometry of a fiber optic connector for critical parameters including apex offset, radius of curvature, and fiber height.


Intrinsic Loss:  Loss in spliced fibers due to differences in the fibers being spliced.