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Himtel || Fibre Optics Networking


Fibre Optics Networking

In recent years it has become apparent that fibre optics are steadily replacing copper wire as an appropriate means of communication signal transmission, they span the long distances between local phone systems as well as providing the backbone for many network systems, cable television services, university campuses, office buildings, industrial plants, electric utility companies and residential compounds. Fibre optic networks’ high speed of operation, bandwidth, resistance to electromagnetic noise, long signal transmission and low cost of maintenance has resulted in Fibre optics being the fastest growing global broadband technology with significant deployments occurring across the globe. Himtel, with a team of highly qualified engineers and technicians led by finest technology experts, posses the skills and expertise required for implementing and maintaining mega fibre network and FTTX projects as well as providing turnkey solutions and material supply.

Fibre Installation

Cables are either laid using automated or conventional open trenching techniques, as per the requirements of cable lying in different soil types. The process includes crossing, jointing, testing of cables, excavation and back filling of trenches:

  • Laying HDPE/PVC pipes in trenches, jointing of pipe with water/air tight sockets
  • Laying of warning tape
  • Crossing bridges through attachment or existing bridge ducts
  • Cable pulling/plowing in the Pipe
  • Jointing of cables
  • Testing and commissioning
  • Pouring and installation of Hand holes
  • Documentation and as-built drawings

Fibre Maintenance

Carrying out regular preventive Surveys as scheduled as well as handling environmental faults (corrective maintenance) as per agreed time frame in order to ensure a continuous and proper operation of the Fibre optic system:

  • Teams of engineers and technicians, ready on the move to handle faults around the clock (24/7)
  • Local teams distributed along the routes to perform regular checks, detect and fix faults within minimal response time
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