Fiber Optic Cables – Multimode & Singlemode
Custom Fiber Cables
Custom fiber optic cables and solutions are our specialty.
The ability to design, prototype
, manufacture, and test world-class, cost-effective custom fiber optic products spans over a wide area. To begin with, we manufacture a complete range of
high quality, custom fiber optic cables for all your high-speed network applications, Singlemode, Multimode, Simplex, and Duplex. Ask us for terminations using any of the
following connectors: SC, ST, LC, MTP LC, MT-RJ, Toslink, SC/APC, FC, FC/APC, MTP, FDDI, Mini BNC, SMA, D4. Other applications: Panda-style PM fibers, Large diameter fibers both singlemode
and multimode, Large Mode Area Fibers (LMA) multicore fiber configurations, high birefringence configurations
Our fiber optic jumpers / pigtails are provided with the
optimum fiber length, cable style, and polish specification for your application. From the highest quality fiber cable and connectors, to advanced manufacturing processes, our main
goal is to produce the best quality fiber cables and to ensure that you receive precisely the cable you need for your specific application. In today's information age, your company's
backbone is its Network. Without a stable, reliable network your company can't communicate. The immediate consequences of a network down and lack of connectivity are
unhappy customers and loss of revenue.
Each cable is individually tested and certified to be within acceptable optical insertion loss limits.
Testing and certifying fiber optic cables
The parameters that need to be tested are as follows:
Attenuation (or decibel loss) - The decrease of signal strength as it travels through the fiber optic cable (Measured in dB/km).
Return loss -
The amount of light reflected from the far end of the cable back to the source. The lower the number, the better.
Graded refractive index - Measures how much light is sent down the fiber cable.
Propagation delay - The time it takes the signal to travel from one point to another over a transmission channel.
Time-domain reflectometry (TDR) - The transmission of high-frequency pulses onto a cable to examine the reflections and isolate faults.