FIBER OPTIC PRODUCTS
Fiber optic cable consists of thin glass filaments that transmit
lightwaves carrying very large amounts of
data for very long distances. Since signals are transmitted with the use of light waves,
and radio frequency interference (EMI / RFI) is nonexistent. Lightning and high voltage
also eliminated. A fiber network is best for conditions where EMI / RFI interference is
heavy or where
safe operation free from sparks and static is a must. Fiber optic cable also offers added
transmissions are safe from electronic eaves-dropping.
|If you're planning a new network or adding
existing one, fiber optic is an ideal choice! Fiber
optic cable is a so great because it carries a very
large amount of data for very long distances in a
small package. If you install fiber now you won't
need to reinstall some other media in the future
because fiber is the cable of the future.
Fiber optic cabling also
offers a higher signal
bandwidth and very low attenuation rates. That
means increased transmission capacity and fewer
repeater, making it a great choice for broadcast
and telecommunications use.
||1) Point to point applications like:
||a) Local area network bridging
e) Computer channel extenders
f) Voice/ data multiplexers
||2) Local area network applications
3) Broadcast & Telecommunications
4) Static-Free Environments
5) Military applications
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
So you've decided to go with a fiber optic network. Great! You are going to
need certain things to get started. The following list should help you dive into the brand
new world of fiber optic networking.
|1.) The cable length. You'll need to get an estimate of how much cable
you'll be using. Don't forget to add for
||slack, future considerations and murphy's law.
|2.) Figure out what kind of cable you'll need. The cable type
(aerial,burial or interbuilding) and its construction
||(i.e. simplex, duplex, etc.).
|3.) Find out your cable specs. We'll need to know the fiber core/clad
size (i.e. 62.5/125mm) (see fiber optic
|4.) We will connectorize the cable ends for you so we'll also need to
know the connector type (i.e. ST, SMA,
|6.) Determine how many Patch Cords you'll need and how long they need
BENEFITS OF USING FIBER
Fast & accurate transmission of data with speeds
of up to 100Mbps.
Future-ready system frees you from constant upgrading.
Immune to EMI / RFI, Lightning and Electronic Eavesdropping.
Data transmission can reach lengths of more than 20 km
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