Pacific Tech Communications Inc
Fiber splicing and testing
Optical fiber is the most popular and demanded material for creating telecommunication networks for data transmission. This type of optics is widely used due to its advantages over copper products.
But like any other communication, fiber needs testing and splicing. Our specialists from Pacific Tech Communications Inc. located in Sacramento, CA will perfectly cope with these tasks.
What do you need to know about fiber testing?
We test fiberglass networks based on industry standards and regulations. The main testing tasks are to maximize network performance and increase its throughput and reliability. Modern fiber optic networks are becoming more and more complex. Because of this, the requirements for their efficiency and quality of work are increasing.
We evaluate the core, sheath, and cable coating conditions as part of the testing work. The assessment of the mechanical condition directly affects the performance and throughput of the fiber optic network.
We work with different types of optical fiber and use advanced testing methods:
- inspection of the end parts of the fiber;
- fiber integrity test;
- measurement of indicators of optical losses;
- estimation of optical power parameters.
It enables our customers to understand the current state of their fiberglass network. And what improvements or changes might be needed.
Fiber splicing and procedure features
We also specialize in high-quality fiber optic network splicing. This process allows you to combine two or more cables into one common communication network.
Our experts carry out splicing according to modern requirements and standards. Thanks to a professional approach, the connected cable can transmit data and work just as efficiently as a conventional fiber optic cable. Such a need arises in case of damage, in the event of a break in cable networks, or when expanding the scale of influence requires increasing the length of existing communications.
There are two main splicing methods - mechanical splicing and modern fusion welding. Given the connection's efficiency, minimum loss, and strength, we prefer the second method when working with fiber optic cables.
Contact us, and we will fulfill the order of any complexity! Quickly and efficiently!