Rugged video inspection probe to detect dirty/damaged connectors with great precision.
It’s a known fact: optical network problems are often caused by dirty and/or damaged connectors. Using a fiber inspection probe to ensure that connectors/adapters are clean and exempt of any defect is where accurate testing starts.
To expand their networks to other hard-to-reach locations, wireless providers are turning to the deployment of alternative infrastructures, like remote radio heads (RRH), distributed antenna systems (DAS) and other small-cell alternatives, most of which are fiber-based.
Bandwidth demand is growing faster than ever.. In a context of high pressure on cost and decreasing level of optical expertise in the field, FTTx/PON network testing is a necessity, and this, throughout all stages of the network lifecycle.
With ever-increasing bandwidth demand and subscriber growth, network operators are turning to packet-based technologies. However, deploying and maintaining a large number of cell sites with limited technical resources, time and budget—without sacrificing network performance or jeopardizing quality of service—is a challenge that they must face.
When it comes to high-speed transmission, especially when transmitting at 10G, 40G/100G, assessing fiber quality is a must. Once the basic parameters (i.e., loss, ORL, etc.) are under control, the next step is to qualify the fiber and to ensure that it is fit for transporting actual customer traffic. Polarization-mode dispersion (PMD) and chromatic dispersion (CD) optical testing become crucial at high speeds.
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Delivers fast connector endface analysis, eliminating guesswork in the ﬁeld and helping save time and money.
FIP-400 Fiber Inspection Probe software for the FTB-400 Universal Test System.