Step-by-step field guide for fiber optic cable installation. Bob Chomycz's put-it-in-your-pocket-and-go Fiber Optic Installer's Field Manual explains fiber optic cable installation via an extremely effective, heavily illustrated, step-by-step approach. This easy-look-up compendium gives you diagrams and procedures you can count on, whether you're installing fiber optic cable indoors or out. It also gives you comprehensive guidelines on testing, troubleshooting, and maintenance. All major optical fiber types are included, along with: Full-scale treatment of Wave Division Multiplexing (WDM) and optical couplers; System integration for offices, industrial plants, and telcos...optical modern and multiplexer systems...Ethernet, FDDI and Sonet; Extensive coverage of SONET; LAN cabling standards; Design fundamentals, including bandwidth calculations and network, logical, and physical topologies; Much, much more.
For technicians, electricians, engineers, and cable installers, there's no better guide to indoor and outdoor fiber optic cable installation than this one.
Provides information on fiber optic theory and cabling, selecting and procuring cables and components, working safely and avoiding hazards, installing cable indoors and out, splicing and terminating, applying patch cords and connectors, using testing equipment for quality control, maintenance, and troubleshooting, and more. Softcover.
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