AFL created the pathways and installed the fiber backbone systems for a major university's football stadium in the Southeast. The university wanted to expand the wireless coverage to allow fans and students to communicate during home football games when the university's population grows by more than 75,000 people.
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AFL Installs an Indoor DAS for Eight Story Apartment Complex
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MDU FTTx Solutions
As a world leader in fiber optic cabling, connectivity, testing and splicing, AFL has the expertise to provide complete end-to-end solutions for MDU FTTx applications.
Products specifically for the Central Office, Feeder and Access.
Looking forward, the appetite for huge amounts of data keeps building and by 2020, experts predict a six-fold increase in data traffic worldwide.
ADSS Advantages to Strand and Lash Fiber Cables in Aerial Electric Utility Applications
This paper will further explore some of the advantages of using ADSS cable as opposed to a strand and lash fiber cable for aerial electric utility applications.
DWDM Expansion over CWDM
DWDM allows you to add additional capacity without replacing your existing CWDM infrastructure and with minimal—if any—service interruption.
FTTx: Everything You Need to Know
As an end-to-end solutions provider, AFL prides itself on always being there for its customers. If you have any questions about the FTTx market, you’re in the right place.
New Ultra-Density Fiber Cable Technology for FTTx and Access Markets Using New SpiderWeb Ribbon®
The new ultra-density fiber optic cable technology, called Wrapping Tube Cable (WTC), utilizes a new optical fiber ribbon arrangement technology called SpiderWeb Ribbon (SWR®).
Kevin is talking MDU fiber connectivity at FiberConnect 2018
Kevin is talking MDU fiber connectivity at FiberConnect 2018. Come by booth #1507 and learn more.
Will is at FiberConnect 2018 talking Outside Plant Connectivity
Will is at FiberConnect 2018 talking Outside Plant Connectivity, come by booth #1507 and learn more.
AFL to Feature MicroCore® Cable, Compact Enclosures and FOCIS Duel at Fiber Connect
AFL will be showcasing a new compact splicing and distribution enclosure, 200 µm buffered OSP MicroCore cable and the new FOCIS Duel Fiber Inspection Tool in booth #1507.
New Cleave Counter Feature in Fujikura 70 and 19 Series Fusion Splicers
One of the most critical maintenance tasks of fusion splicing equipment is cleaver maintenance. In addition to cleaning the clamp pads, blade rotation is the most common maintenance requirement.
Splicing 900 µm Loose Buffer Fiber
Eliminate frustrations and increase productivity by understanding the unique characteristics of this fiber type and its interaction with standard splicing equipment.
Splicing Bend Insensitive Fiber
To enable low splice loss and accurate loss estimation, Fujikura optimized splice modes for ClearCurve to SMF and ClearCurve to ClearCurve in the FSM-60S.
Visible Splice Joint
After splicing two optical fibers together the operator should make a visual inspection of the splice to ensure that there are no bubbles or other splice defects.
Telecom Cleaning & Inspection Best Practices
A one micron diameter speck of dust obscures 1% of a 10 micron fiber endface, resulting in about 0.06 dB of additional optical return loss.
Using a 70S to Align Fibers for Reel Testing
The procedure for setting up a splice mode in the Fujikura 70S so that the fusion splicer can be used to align the test jumper to the fiber under test
Connector Selection Guide
Choose the connector with features important to you. As the only company capable of providing every termination option, AFL let’s you be the termination expert.
Rack Mount Panels Selection Guide
With a collection of available rack mounted panels, AFL provides options for different termination methods and densities, allowing you to choose what is best for your organization.
Rodent Deterrence in All-Dielectric Cables
Optical cables are exposed to a variety of mechanical and environmental hazards including gophers, squirrels, rats and mice.
IDEAA® Cabinet Split-lid Hand-holes