Fiber Optic Fusion Splicing, is the joining of two ends of fiber
optic cable using focused heat. It takes incredible precision to
accurately join two ends of fiber optic cable. Once joined, the signal
traveling through the cable must pass through without reflecting from
its path. If a fiber optic cable is not properly spliced, the signal
will reflect back toward the source and be corrupted or lost.
Using Fiber Optic Fusion Splicing technology to ensure your fiber
optic cables are fused with impeccable precision. Fusion splicing is a
complex process with many variables, and our certified technicians are
guaranteed to handle the work with expertise.
Once Fiber Optic Fusion Splicing is complete, we perform OTDR Fiber
Optic Testing. Fiber optic cables are incredibly sensitive. The OTDR, or
Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer is the device used to test the
percentage of signal lost in transit within a fiber optic cable. we
use OTDR Fiber Optic Testing to ensure the signal passing through the
cable is not corrupted in any way. The greater percentage of the signal
that is refracted toward the source, the greater the loss of the signal
will be. The ultimate goal is to have the signal pass through the cable
without being reflected or interrupted. OTDR Fiber Optic Testing makes
sure your goal is achieved.