Fiber Optics


Fiber Optics

An Optical Fiber Cable is a high speed data transmission medium, capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves.

It uses tiny glass or plastic filaments which carry light beams.


Fiber Splice Closure

A Fiber Splice Closure is generally used in protecting optical fiber splices in straight through and branching applications, and can be used in aerial, duct and direct buried fiber optic cable installations.

Fiber Cable

An Optical Fiber Cable is a high speed data transmission medium, capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves. It uses tiny glass or plastic filaments which carry light beams. Designed for long distance and very high bandwidth network communications.

Fiber Patch Cords

A Fiber Optic Patch Cord is used to interconnect or cross connect fiber networks within structured cabling systems. It is composed of a fiber optic cable terminated with different connectors on the ends.

Optical Distribution Frame

An Optical Distribution Frame is used to terminate the fiber optic cable and provide access to the cable’s individual fibers for cross connection.


FTTH Fiber Optic Products

The FTTH products and accessories are used for the implementation of fiber to the home projects. From ODN network going to the ONT, these products are passive part of the network.

Application of Product:

Products included LCP, Closure, NAP, Dropfiber, ATB, FAT, fiber patch cord and field installable connectors. Most of these items are used for outdoor application

Special Feature of the Product:

  • Low loss
  • Easy to use and handle
  • Easy to install and terminate


Fiber Optic Cable

The  fiber optic cable consists of a bundle of glass threads, each of which is capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves. They can support much greater bandwidth that the copper cables.

Application of Product:

For outdoor fiber optic cable, they are usually used for ODN network but there are also cables used in buildings.

Special Feature of the Product:

  • High bandwidth compared to copper cable
  • Immunity to electromagnetic interference
  • High Speed data rate
  • Light weight


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