Quality fiber cables and connectors are vital for a first-class fiber optic network. However, we can’t stress enough the importance of investing in the right network equipment to limit strain on your fiber and network signal.
When building out a new fiber optic network or retrofitting your existing one, your technicians and engineers must place quality at the core of their design plans. If you don't have a proper cable management layout, you're risking the health of your network's performance.
Network technicians often commit major errors crossing fiber cables during installation. If they don’t understand polarity or rush to get their network equipment powered up, they run the risk of using the wrong patch cord. That can be bad news.
We know you're under the gun to produce higher data speeds, all while keeping costs down. The cost of proper fiber cable management, especially installing a logical raceway solution, can start to balloon your capital expenditures. We can, however, prove you need to weigh that CAPEX against your OPEX.
Your network is growing. You're adding fiber cable like there's no tomorrow ... all to keep up with the non-stop demand for bandwidth. With no end in sight, you have to protect your network and ensure the quality of its signal.
Maintenance is one of those factors you may not always think about when you're building out your fiber optic network.
You know what's in loose tube fiber cable? A bunch of loose tubes filled with fiber. Makes sense, doesn't it? Now that we have that out of the way …
When I first joined Amphenol Telect three years ago, I was struck by our E-Series and N-Series fiber distribution panels. They aren’t dense, they have been around forever, but the remarkable part of the product was the K-Link, or Kutsch Link.
Choosing your fiber jumpers is no easy task. The fiber optic jumper cable you pick can affect how quickly data is transmitted from point to point.
Insertion loss is one of those fiber-optic challenges that follows all network engineers, no matter where they're working. Whenever you have a connection of one fiber to another, you will incur insertion loss.
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