Understanding which type of fibre optic cable is suitable for your application is critical to ensure you achieve the performance required for your system
At Smart Ideas we can design, install and verify your new fibre optic network. From advising on what type of fibre optic cable to use and where best to deploy it within your network to maximise efficiency and productivity. We can also advise and supply fibre optic equipment to deploy within your network such as media converters, SFP modules and network switches.
What Our Clients Say
Torque started to work with Smart Ideas in 2015 and the service provided in all respects has been very professional and of good quality. The company has shown a caring positive attitude in all areas. Our business is fast paced and has grown at an alarming rate with many changes, so we needed to build a close working relationship to call on a business when in need of quick results.
Smart Ideas provide that and always go the extra mile which is appreciated.
Smart Ideas will assist you in the design of your system, from choosing the correct cable, planning cable routes and containment through to cabinet positions and infrastructure.
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Quick guide to Fibre Optic Cable types
Single mode fibre Optic cable 9/125 – long distance up to 100KM
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Single Mode Vs Multi Mode
As the name implies a single mode fibre optic cable uses one glass fibre strand with a fairly slim core diameter. However you can have several glass fibre strands within a cable jacket to have multiple single mode fibre paths within a cable. As the core diameter is very small (9 microns) internal light reflection is minimised which reduces attenuation allowing for longer transmission distances. Single mode fibre optic cable is typically used for longer transmission distances (over 500 metres) and uses a laser for the light source.Telecommunication companies use single mode fibre for broadband internet transmission to homes and businesses. Single mode fibre can also be used to connect business data networks in large warehouses or multiple sites.