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  • Crônicas sobre cabeamento

    Notícias da indústria de cabeamento de cobre e fibra, atualizações e mudanças padrão, insights de clientes e aprendizado compartilhado.

2017-10-18

 

We all know that dirty fiber connector end faces can cause loss and reflection, which is why they need to be cleaned and inspected before making that final connection. But what if you’ve properly cleaned and inspected the fiber end face for contamination, tested it using the FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro, and the connector still doesn’t pass muster? Maybe, just maybe, you have a connector end face that doesn’t meet end face geometry parameters.

Not Too High, Not Too Low

2017-10-11

Equipment cords are an integral part of any network—whether it’s a fiber jumper used to make connections between fiber patching areas and switches in the data center or a copper patch cord out in the LAN to connect end devices to the work area outlet.

2017-10-05

While neatly combed bundles of cables might look really nice in exposed overhead cable trays and in racks and cabinets, this aesthetically pleasing deployment isn’t always a thing of beauty when it comes to performance.

Sometimes this can be hard to explain to your customers who seem to care more about how the cable looks versus how well their data transmits.

Some Things Are Better Kept Natural

 
 
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