Fiber Cable Manufacturer
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aerial or duct fiber optical cable networking system
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Optical fiber connectors are used to join optical fibers where a connect/disconnect capability is required. The basic connector unit is a connector assembly. A connector assembly consists of an adapter and two connector plugs. Due to the sophisticated polishing and tuning procedures that may be incorporated into optical connector manufacturing, connectors are generally assembled onto optical fiber in a supplier’s manufacturing facility. However, the assembly and polishing operations involved can be performed in the field, for example to make cross-connect jumpers to size.
Optical fiber connectors are used in telephone company central offices, at installations on customer premises, and in outside plant applications. Their uses include:
Making the connection between equipment and the telephone plant in the central office
Connecting fibers to remote and outside plant electronics such as Optical Network Units (ONUs) and Digital Loop Carrier (DLC) systems
Optical cross connects in the central office
Patching panels in the outside plant to provide architectural flexibility and to interconnect fibers belonging to different service providers
Connecting couplers, splitters, and Wavelength Division Multiplexers (WDMs) to optical fibers
Connecting optical test equipment to fibers for testing and maintenance.
Outside plant applications may involve locating connectors underground in subsurface enclosures that may be subject to flooding, on outdoor walls, or on utility poles. The closures that enclose them may be hermetic, or may be "free-breathing."