For Central Office or Headend in an FTTx deployment, outside plant fiber cable is transitioned at the Optical Entrance Enclosure (OEE) to Indoor MicroCore® with SpiderWeb Ribbon® (SWR®) cable. The Indoor MicroCore fibers can then be routed and terminated to rack/cabinet equipment via traditional patch and splice or “plug-and-play” methods. Traditional patch and splice applications would utilize Poli-MOD® Patch and Splice Modules within XFM® Rack Mount Patch Panels. These solutions provide scalability and flexibility for efficiently managing the growth of a network.
Providing your co-op members FTTH is easier than you think. JUST FOLLOW THE POWER®. Learn more on our websi...
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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
Video on AFL's optical ground wire (OPGW) applications and what type might be best for your project.
Alternate cable stub options and how they could be used to lower overall FTTx deployment costs to provide rural Americans with access to reliable, high-bandwidth internet.
This Quick Reference Guide is intended to provide highlights of ADSS installation instructions needed in the field.
FTTx PONs present unique installation and maintenance troubleshooting challenges.
Microtechonology Reference Guide for AFL OSP MicroCore® and DURA-LINE MicroDucts
When it comes to deploying aerial fiber optic cable there are several options, such as All-Dielectric Self-Supporting (ADSS) cable, Optical Ground Wire (OPGW), lashed loose tube on a messenger...
This new AFL white paper, “Leveraging ADSS Cable Technology in Utility FTTx Networks,” details the advantages of using all-dielectric self-supporting (ADSS) cable technology in FTTx solutions.
OPGW's applications and what type might be best for your project. Check out the video "AFL Optical Ground Wire (OPGW)" on AFL's new resource center to learn about Optical Ground Wire.
AFL helps customers design, build, and effectively manage successful FTTX networks that integrate voice, data, and video applications to keep consumers connected.
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.
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®).
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.
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.