HTC Communications offers a full line of fiber optic products and services. Our technicians have years of experiences and have gone through multiple manufactures’ training courses to ensure that you get unparalleled craftsmanship on your fiber network.
Optical fibers are used most often as a means to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber and find wide usage in fiber-optic communications, where they permit transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths than wire cables. Fiber-optic communication systems have advanced dramatically over the last four decades, since the era of copper cables, resulting in low-cost and high-bandwidth transmission.
Fiber Services Offered
Fiber optic technology has grown tremendously over the years and today can be found in many surprising places. In fact, fiber optics are an essential part of our everyday lives, often times without us even being aware of it. HTC Communications specializes in...
-Fiber System Design -Fiber Installation -Multimode or Singlemode Solutions -Troubleshoot and Repair -Fiber DB Loss tests -Fiber OTDR Certification with printed results
Our experts can quickly assess your needs and design a solution that is both cost effective and functional to your exact needs.
Standard Fiber Applications
Fiber optics is now the backbone of the internet and long-distance telecommunication. Without it we would not enjoy the benefits of high-speed internet, or low-rate international telephone calls. HTC Communications is able to integrate the following fiber applications into your company's network.
- Single mode & Multi-mode
- 50 Micron / 62.5 Micron
- Loose Tube / Tight Buffer
- Cam / Cleave & Polish
- Network Back-Bone
- Building to Building
Advantages of Optical Fiber
The advantages of optical fiber communication with respect to copper wire systems are:
A single optical fiber can carry over 3,000,000 full-duplex voice calls or 90,000 TV channels.
Immunity to electromagnetic interference:
Light transmission through optical fibers is unaffected by other electromagnetic radiation nearby. The optical fiber is electrically non-conductive, so it does not act as an antenna to pick up electromagnetic signals. Information traveling inside the optical fiber is immune to electromagnetic interference, even electromagnetic pulses generated by nuclear devices.
Low attenuation loss over long distances:
Attenuation loss can be as low as 0.2 dB/km in optical fiber cables, allowing transmission over long distances without the need for repeaters.
Optical fibers do not conduct electricity, preventing problems with ground loops and conduction of lightning. Optical fibers can be strung on poles alongside high voltage power cables.
Our clients trust HTC Communications to handle their low-voltage technology installations because they know we will deliver their project on time, under budget, and with unparalleled craftsmanship and functionality.