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ICEA S-122-744-2016 covers performance requirements for microduct optical fiber outside plant cables intended for installation in microducts, typically by blowing in using commercially available equipment intended for this application. Products covered by this Standard are intended only for operation under conditions normally found in outside plant communication systems. Typically, these products are installed in protected ducts but may be also run for short distances in both exposed areas and in concealed areas (such as handholes), with or without external protection. Due to the thinner jacket usually associated with microduct cables, they typically do not have the jacket durability to be pulled into conduit for long distances even at or below the rated tensile strength. Additionally, the impact resistance, compression resistance and tensile strength requirements for cables covered by this Standard may be significantly lower than those for conventional outside plant cables covered by ICEA-640. Therefore, installation of cables covered by this Standard by techniques such as capstan pulling, aerial lashing, trenching, and direct burial is not recommended.