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Managing A Fiber Optic Project Fiber optic network design refers to the specialized processes leading to a successful installation and operation of a fiber optic network.
It includes first determining the type of communication system s which will be carried over the network, the geographic layout premises, campus, outside plant OSP, etc.
Designing a fiber optic network usually also requires interfacing to other networks which may be connected over copper cabling and wireless. Next to consider are requirements for permits, easements, permissions and inspections.
Once we get to that stage, we can consider actual component selection, placement, installation practices, testing, troubleshooting and network equipment installation and startup.
Finally, we have to consider documentation, maintenance and planning for restoration in event of a future outage.
The design of the network must precede not only the installation itself, but it must be completed to estimate the cost of the project and, for the contractor, bid on the job.
Design not only affects the technical aspects of the installation, but the business aspects also. Finally, a fiber optic network designer needs to understand the processes of installation. We recommend you review the FOA Guide sections on fiber optic installation covering basic fiber installation and OSP fiber installation.
Campus network design Working With Others Designing a network requires working with other personnel involved in the project, even beyond the customer. These may include network engineers usually from IT information technology departments, architects and engineers overseeing a major project and contractors involved with building the projects.
Even company non-technical management may become involved when parts of the system are desired to be on exhibit to visitors. Designers should have an in-depth knowledge of fiber optic components and systems and installation processes as well as all applicable standards, codes and any other local regulations.
They must also be familiar with most telecom technology cabled or wirelesssite surveys, local politics, codes and standards, and where to find experts in those fields when help is needed. Obviously, the fiber optic network designer must be familiar with electrical power systems, since the electronic hardware must be provided with high quality uninterruptible power at every location.
And if they work for a contractor, estimating will be a very important issue, as that is where a profit or loss can be determined! Experience with CAD systems is a definite plus. The Communications System Before one can begin to design a fiber optic cable plant, one needs to establish with the end user or network owner where the network will be built and what communications signals it will carry.
The contractor should be familiar with premises networks, where computer networks LANs or local area networks and security systems use structured cabling systems built around well-defined industry standards.
Once the cabling exits a building, even for short links for example in a campus or metropolitan network, requirements for fiber and cable types change. Long distance links for telecommunications, CATV or utility networks have other, more stringent requirements, necessary to support longer high speed links, that must be considered.
But while the contractor generally considers the cabling requirements first, the real design starts with the communications system requirements established by the end user. The communications equipment will determine if fiber is necessary or preferable and what type of fiber is required.
|Global Fiber Optic Cables Market Analysis Report - ZTT, Prysmian Group, and General Cable||Fiber-optic communication Optical fiber is used as a medium for telecommunication and computer networking because it is flexible and can be bundled as cables.|
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Premises Networks Premises cable systems are designed to carry computer networks LANs, local area networks based on Ethernet which currently may operate at speeds from 10 megabits per second to 10 gigabits per second.
The typical LAN has copper and fiber sections and links to connect to wireless access points for universal WiFi connectivity.
Data centers are unique applications that house multiple Internet servers and storage networks operating at very high speeds using combinations of short copper and fiber links. Other systems may carry security systems with digital or analog video, perimeter alarms or entry systems, which are usually low speeds, at least as far as fiber is concerned.
Premises telephone systems can be carried on traditional twisted pair cables or, as is becoming more common, utilize LAN cabling with voice over IP VoIP technology.
Premises networks are usually short, often less than the meters about feet used as the limit for standardized structured cabling systems that allow twisted pair copper or fiber optic cabling, with backbones on campus networks used in industrial complexes or institutions as long as m or more, requiring optical fiber.
Premises networks generally operate over multimode fiber. Premises networks will include a entrance facility where outside plant and premises communications systems meet. This facility must include not only cabling connections but compatible communications equipment.
Since it is indoors, it must consider issues for building and electrical codes, such as the common requirement that bare OSP cables can only come 50 feet about 15 meters before being terminated in fire-rated cables unless it is in conduit. Outside Plant Networks Outside plant networks refers to all systems that are outdoors, not inside buildings or campuses.
They are typically longer networks uses for telecom, CATV, utilities, security, metropolitan networks, etc. Telephone networks are mainly outside plant OSP systems, connecting buildings over distances as short as a few hundred meters to hundreds or thousands of kilometers.
Data rates for telecom are typically 2. The big push for telecom is now taking fiber directly to a commercial building or the home, since the signals are now too fast for traditional twisted copper pairs.
CATV also uses singlemode fibers with systems that are either hybrid fiber-coax HFC or digital where the backbone is fiber and the connection to the home is on coax.
Coax still works for CATV since it has very high bandwidth itself.Return to The FOA Home Page (C), The Fiber Optic Association, Inc. More detailed information can be found on the FOA Online Reference Guide.
Return To The FOA Home Page Return To FOA Tech TopicsFOA Tech Topics. Extrinsic fiber optic sensors use an optical fiber cable, normally a multi-mode one, Such fiber is called multi-mode fiber, from the electromagnetic analysis (see below).
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On the basis of cable type, single mode fiber optic cable occupied 48% of total market share in is projected to witness healthy growth during the forecast period owing to its low power loss during transmission as compared to multimode fiber optic cable.
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