Aerial or underground placement of fiber optic cable through existing or new inner ducts from the provider location.

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Fiber optic splicing involves joining two fiber optic cables together.

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Fiber Optic Connector Types: ST, SC, FC, MT-RJ and LC Styles. There are several types of fiber optic connectors.


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Cable Testing and Certification (OTDR)

The OTDR is a handheld fiber optic certification tester that quickly and easily certifies multi-mode and single-mode networks

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Insertion Loss Testing (Power Meter)

Provides accurate measurements, reference storage for each calibrated wavelength, detects multiple test tones for fiber identification, and provides in-unit data storage

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The most common causes of fiber optic malfunctions. Anyone who is ever done network troubleshooting knows it is a complicated process

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Why is Fiber Optic Better?

Fiber optics cabling is the core of today’s Datacomm networks. Optical fiber is the predominant media type for mission-critical data center links, backbone within buildings, and longer distances for campus networks

As network speeds and bandwidth demands increase, distance and loss limitations have decreased, making fiber optic cabling certification more important than ever. For decades, fiber optics have been inspected and cleaned to ensure the proper passage of light. While fiber optics inspection and cleaning fiber connectors is not new, it is growing in importance as links with increasingly higher data rates are driving decreasingly small loss budgets.

With less tolerance for overall light loss, the attenuation through adapters must be lower than ever before. This can be achieved by properly inspecting and cleaning fiber optic cables when they are installed or while making moves, or changes.