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Fiber Optic Splicing Lets You Maximize the Potential of Your Telecommunications Network - Pittsfield, MA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, February 29, 2016

Fiber optic cables are one of the most popular mediums for both new cabling installations and upgrades, including backbone, horizontal, and even desktop applications. They offer a multitude of advantages over copper wires, which is why these hair-thin wires are now being used in large-scale networks such as in telecommunication network design installations. The fiber optic cables are not affected by Electromagnetic Interference as they carry light not electrical impulse, and therefore can be used even for the most demanding industrial applications.

While it normally does not have speed limits and bandwidth limits, the design of fiber optic network in Pittsfield, MA is strategically developed in order to maximize its potential with savings on set up, operational, and maintenance costs. These networks can support any speed or bandwidth based only on the type of optics or active components that are incorporated at either end. However, the distance that speed or bandwidth can be supported varies depending on the fiber material used.

Fiber optic splicing upgrades a telecommunication network thereby making it more capable to support higher bandwidths and duplex communications. It is often enough to replace the optics at either end rather than replace all the underlying cabling.

To find out more about fiber optic splicing in telecommunication networks and other applications, contact ElecComm.


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