3-Day Training “Standard”

Installation, test, and maintenance of fiber optic networks

I. THEORY (12 lessons)

  • How to work safely.
  • Basic concepts and units in optical communications.
  • Cable optical communication system elements.
  • Optical fiber – structure and operating wavelength range. Attenuation and dispersion.
  • Optical fiber types according to ITU-T.
  • Optical power loss. Calculation of the optical line budget.
  • Wavelength multiplexing (WDM) – CWDM and DWDM.
  • Passive optical networks (PON) – types, topology, and a principle of operation.
  • Designing of passive optical network and active equipment installation.
  • Connecting optical fiber.
  • Fiber optic splicing.
  • Measuring optical power and optical line loss.
  • Working with an optical reflectometer – the principle of operation, operating modes, basic settings, events analysis, and anomalies.

 II. HANDS-ON EXERCISE (11 lessons)

  • Arc fusion splicers – a principle of operation and basic settings.
  • Splicer and cleaver maintenance. Common problems.
  • Installation of an optical cable into an optical splice closure and wall-mountable box / ODF.
  • Implementation of cable mid-span access.
  • Arranging optical fibers.
  • Measurement of optical line parameters with OTDR, events analysis.


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Price per person* without VAT

* One training group is between 6 and 8 people