In a series of webinars hosted by AFL through Broadband Technology Report, fiber experts Doug Duke and Lucas Mays discussed the advantages of a ribbon architecture. This Executive Summary highlights the key takeaways from the webinars.
Attenuation, or the loss of light or signal, is nearly unavoidable when installing your fiber network. This...
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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.
AFL addresses some of the frequently asked questions about the best practices of splicing collapsible ribbon.
AFL's Seán Adam explains how optical fiber is key to ensuring "future-proof networks," a crucial element in maintaining this growing rate of connectivity.
AFL designed the NodeFLEX® Bendable Cable Assembly to help multi-system operators (MSOs) simplify the installation of aerial, underground and pedestal mount applications.
Four AFL products were recognized by the 2021 Broadband Technology Report's (BTR) Diamond Technology Reviews.
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.
This Application Note will cover the recommended routing for the TITAN RTD® Multiport Terminal and TRIDENT® Hardened Drop Cable Stubs.
This blog will discuss six reasons why technicians should choose optical fiber over copper cable when installing their network.
This guide walks through some typical FTTx network solutions,by which AFL offers unmatched end-to-end solutions to meet the demands of a fiber-to-the-x project.
AFL's director of applications engineering and field engineering provides an introduction to fiber optic technology in this presentation recording.
Check out this AFL webinar for reasons why you should use ribbon technology within modern networks.
Explore this brochure to see how AFL’s fiber and equipment solutions can help you build an expandable, flexible and accessible network in a range of application areas.
AFL webinar that covers why network convergence is a critically important concept for all network operators and what a converged access network looks like.
Josh Simer, AFL Market Manager for Service Providers and MSOs, outlines a likely-to-be common scenario for network operators when developing C-RAN and Edge data centers.
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.
The Apex splice closure is designed to lower overall installation time with easier to use sealing and cable retention methods, along with industry-leading density.
In this follow-up blog, Dave Tanis explores the high-density fiber “ecosystem” that connects high fiber count cables into an optimized system delivering services.
In this blog, AFL's Dave Tanis discusses the factors that contribute to higher fiber count cables and how AFL's Wrapping Tube Cable with SpiderWeb Ribbon® meets that challenge.