Patrick Dobbins, director of applications engineering and field engineering for AFL, provides an introduction to fiber optic technology in this presentation recording.
This blog will discuss six reasons why technicians should choose optical fiber over copper cable when insta...
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Attenuation, or the loss of light or signal, is nearly unavoidable when installing your fiber network. This blog will explore its two forms: intrinsic and extrinsic attenuation.
Executive Summary from a series of AFL webinars that discusses the advantages of a ribbon architecture.
AFL addresses some of the frequently asked questions about the best practices of splicing collapsible ribbon.
Four AFL products were recognized by the 2021 Broadband Technology Report's (BTR) Diamond Technology Reviews.
In this blog, AFL discusses what it will take to Achieve a Connected World, including a skilled workforce and a network that has flexibility, accessibility and expandability.
This blog will explore the differences between single-mode and multimode fiber.
Check out this blog to learn more about our Fujikura 90S+ Fusion Splicer with a key, new attribute: Active Fusion Control.
This blog will explore the three main elements of optical fiber: the core, the cladding and the coating.
AFL created this Enterprise Selection Guide to improve customer experience while helping them build an end-to-end solution.
This blog will discuss six reasons why technicians should choose optical fiber over copper cable when installing their network.
Check out this AFL webinar for reasons why you should use ribbon technology within modern networks.
Webinar recording of AFL's Lucas Mays discussing how to be ready for the modern network builds with ribbon fiber.
Brochure that outline AFL's Apex® Fiber Optic Splice Closure solutions and benefits.
High Density Meets Faster Installation webinar presented by KGPCo and AFL addresses the accelerated 5G deployments demand for fiber-rich fronthaul and backhaul, featuring AFL's Apex® splice closure.
Cassette installation for the ASCEND High Density Platform fiber housing.
Installation demo of trunk cables for the AFL ASCEND® modular platform.
AFL's Patrick Dobbins, the Director of Solutions Engineering, provides information on extreme high density cables including its biggest users, its technology, recommendations on installation and more.
This Application Note reviews ASCEND® cable mounting brackets, an accessory to the ASCEND product line, and the maximum cable diameters that can fit within these brackets.
The ASCEND platform is a modular, high-density rack-mount solution designed for data center applications.
The Apex® closure line is designed to improve usability, decrease installation time, increase network reliability, and increase density of fiber splices, especially when coupled with AFL’s cables.