Network engineers face a myriad of everyday problems with their fiber optic cable. Many of those issues have to do with attenuation. Whether there are microfractures, violations of bend radii or even dirty connections, the symptoms these problems show are the same.
Every day, millions of people rely on communications equipment to … well … communicate. All of this network equipment is commonly protected by DC power-distribution fuse panels. The most common type of DC power panel sold is a GMT fuse panel.
Modern networks face a constant challenge with density and bandwidth. With all connectors created equally … wait, scratch that. That was the statement of choice when we had single-strand connectors like FC, ST, SC or LC.
Are you reading this on your mobile phone? A tablet? The days of mobile connectivity via a device in your hand could be coming to end. The future is bound for virtual reality. At least that is what we are expecting.
Cable management is essential in building out a network. That's like saying the sun is going to rise in the east, though. Do we ever stop to think about the consequences of poor cable management? Why do some companies offer extensive cable management while others rarely focus on it?
Telect recently announced the retirement of co-founders Bill and Judi Williams from the company’s Board of Directors.
Today’s high-speed networks thrive on optical fiber connections … perfect fiber connections. But those connections are finicky. Fiber cable connections must be clean on both ends, they require gentle handling and they need to be installed with proper bend radius, end to end, to prevent any induced loss issues.
One member of the fiber optic cable family has a new name. TIA-492AAAE was issued in July 2016 for multimode fiber that supports transmission of multiple wavelengths including and beyond 850nm.
When he’s not in the field talking with network engineers and executives, you can probably find Fred Serna in the gym, working out with Randy White, the nine-time Pro Bowler and NFL Hall of Famer from the Dallas Cowboys.
Did you know that young adults listen to 4,503,417,453 minutes of music each week? That’s 1.28 billion songs. To keep up with consumers’ insatiable need for more speed and bandwidth, communications service providers are “under massive pressure to increase bandwidth, speed up delivery,” says Spencer Williams, Telect Vice President of Marketing, Sales and Product Strategy.
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