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explained the principal responsibilities of the ship and its crew. Our primary job is cable maintenance. We locate a cable, pull it up from the bottom, find the problem, repair it, and drop it back on the sea floor. We also lay cable: We can put down as much as 15 kilometers a day depending on the makeup of the bottom and obstacles we might have to go around, and we do it all remotely. As you ll see in a few minutes we have a robot that goes down and does all of the trenching and labor for us. I asked him what the biggest problem was that they faced. Unexploded ordinance, he responded. We often pull up a cable that has been fouled in a fishing net, and in an attempt to free the drag net, the fishing boat damages the cable. Unfortunately, a lot of unexploded ordinance has been dropped into the ocean over the years, sometimes intentionally, sometimes by accident. It s often the case that when we drag up the cable we find an unexploded mine or bomb in the net, dangling behind the stern of the ship. At that point we stop all operations, call whatever Navy is closest, and ask them to come deal with it. From the driving bridge, we strolled over to the positioning bridge a separate control room that is used to hold the ship on station during cable operations. Naturally it faces toward the stern of the vessel so that Swaffield and his team can observe what is going on below. From the windows of the positioning bridge we looked down on the entire working area of the ship (see Figure 7-27). On the near right below us was the control room for the robotic cable layer; on the left was the robot itself, hanging from a giant crane. And far off in the distance was the stern of the ship, where cables were retrieved for repair or dropped.
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Figure 7-27 The aft work deck
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From the bridge we went back down to deck level where we walked into the covered area of the deck looking for all the world like a giant garage (see Figure 7-28). On the left was a structure that resembled a restaurant walk-in refrigerator, which Martin confirmed was in fact a freezer where the repeaters were kept. They cost a million dollars apiece; we keep them cold so that the electronics won t be shocked when we dump them overboard after installing them on cables.
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Figure 7-28 Covered area of deck
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In the right was a small room where fiber splicing was done (see Figure 7-29). A long, narrow window ran the length of the room and cables to be spliced could be dragged through the window for repair. This was also where I saw cross sections of submarine cable for the first time. The stuff is remarkable and comes in a variety of forms depending on where it will be deployed. For deep water deployment, where the danger of a ship dropping an anchor on it or the likelihood of a fishing net getting snagged on the cable is relatively low, a fairly thin unarmored cable, shown in Figure 7-30, is used. In shallower water, how-
Figure 7-29 Fiber splicing laboratory
Figure 7-30 Deep water submarine cable: Note the lack of armor.
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