Optical Fiber

Posted By: admin - On October 21, 2011 | Tags:

As Networks become larger and need to transmit higher rates of data with greater efficiency and security, fiber optic technology can offer the unlimited bandwidth potential needed. Whether it is used in the vertical backbone or to link buildings across a campus, optical fiber cabling delivers the optimum transmission capabilities needed for reliable and efficient communications.

Optical fiber cables use glass threads (fibers) to transmit voice, data and video. With advancements in laser technology and electronics, optical fiber cables can send and receive vast amounts of information far in excess of copper cabling. Not only do optical fiber cables have unlimited bandwidth in singlemode applications, it is also immune to EMI and RFI interferences. This level of protection is increasingly more important with the use of higher gigabit speeds that operate at very high frequencies, producing much more SNR (signal to noise ratio) or interference which can cause havoc on network communications.

Whether you need a multimode fiber for shorter distances or singlemode fiber for longer distances, we can design and install an optimum solution tailored for your network requirements.

In column to the left:

Multimode cable, OM1, OM2, OM3
Singlemode cable, OS1, OS2
Tight buffer for inside plant
Loose tube for outside plant
Fiber to the desk (FTTD)
ST, SC, MTRJ, LC terminations

Designed by RCDD/NTS
Link-loss budgets performed
Fusion & mechanical splices
End to end labeling
Testing & documentation

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