- Fiber Supports Very High Bandwidth Levels-When it comes to bandwidth, no currently available technology is better than fiber – especially singlemode fiber. Fiber optic cables provide more bandwidth to carry more data than copper cables of the same diameter. No matter what new fiber-optic technologies make it to market in terms of transceivers or other electronics, the benefits of fiber include the fact that its performance isn’t limited by the cable itself. Instead, it’s limited by the electronic components that make up the system. Upgrade the components and your fiber cabling will be good to go. Latency decreases with fiber as well, enabling faster download and upload times, as well as faster access to resources. Because of this low loss, fiber can also carry data across longer distances without delays or interruptions.
- Fiber is Inherently Secure-Fiber cables don’t emit signals; connecting taps to a fiber cable to intercept data transmission is incredibly difficult. Because the signal traveling through a fiber cable is contained inside the individual fiber strand, it must be accessed from the end of the cable by cutting into it. In most cases, this would take the network down, and everyone would quickly become aware of the issue.
- Fiber is Intrinsically Safe-Because electricity isn’t involved with transferring data (data is transferred via light instead), the benefits of fiber include the fact that it’s safe to handle.
- Fiber Withstands Water and Temperature Fluctuations–Fiber optic cable isn’t impacted by temperature changes, bad weather or moisture. For example, if it comes into contact with rainwater, communication goes on as usual. If lightning strikes a fiber cable, the surge of electricity will not be propagated because the fiber cable doesn’t contain any metallic components. It can withstand harsh environments without any changes in performance, making it ideal for rugged environments like outdoor, long-distance and industrial applications.
- Fiber is Immune to EMI-Placing lots of electronic cables (which carry electric current) in a dense environment can create crosstalk between cables – which causes performance issues and data-transmission interruption.
Features of Fiber Optic Installation offered by Dataworld
- Extremely high throughput.
- Very high resistance to noise.
- Excellent security.
- Ability to carry signals for much longer distances before requiring repeaters than copper cable.
- Industry standard for high-speed networking.
Types of Fiber Optic Installation offered by Dataworld
SIngle-mode fiber optic cable excels at long-distance communication. Single-mode cable is designed to carry a single signal source with low transmission loss over great distances. It is frequently used for communication systems due to the clarity it provides. This type of fiber optic cable has the smallest core and the thickest sheathing.
Multimode cables are designed to carry multiple signals, however, this capacity comes with a loss of range. Multimode cables come in two primary varieties. What are the different types of multimode fiber optic cables? Your choices are step index or graded index cables.
Dataworld offers the best Fiber Optic Installation in Kenya. We are composed of certified and experienced fiber optic technicians and installation experts specializing in a wide range of network installation services. All our expert technicians are skilled at implementing fiber optic splicing for efficient and high-quality bandwidth management and customized network cabling solutions.