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.
This blog showcases AFL's SkyWrap® cable installation for a TELE-POST project in Greenland.
This blog will explore the differences between single-mode and multimode fiber.
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.
In this video, AFL's Seán Adam, VP Market Strategy and Innovation chats with Janice Olivia, President, ISE magazine about RDOF and how suppliers must adjust to the demand.
AFL's Sean Adam, VP Market Strategy and Innovation, chats with Janice Olivia, President, ISE Magazine about 5G, RDOF and symmetrical gigabit broadband access.
AFL's AccessWrap™ is catching up in popularity with SkyWrap® for aerial fiber optic cable in Europe.
AFL's FOLLOW THE POWER® service and PON ON PRIMARY® service simplifies fiber installation to a network that electric utilities know very well, which is their own power network.
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For more than 30 years, AFL has provided electric utilities with aerial cable systems that include OPGW and ADSS fiber optic cable plus associated attachment hardware.
This white paper explores the options electric utilities have to bring fiber deeper into their networks and AFL's FOLLOW THE POWER® approach.
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.
In this webinar recording, ALF's Carson Joye talks about the options for Electric Utility Distribution Fiber Deployment – ADSS versus Lashed.
Integrated Solutions for the Energy Market webinar recording - Light Brigade's Steve Wolszczak provides an overview, "From Theory to Troubleshooting: Fiber 101.
Adam Harrison, Application Engineer, talks about our all-dielectric self-supporting cable (ADSS). Discussed in the video are ADSS' advantages over other aerial fiber optic cables and the two ADSS desi