Fiber Optic cabling has been around since the 80′s and has made a name for itself since as it offers telecommunications networks a bevy of advantages for long distance transmission. While Fiber Optics may be on the pricier side of a business budget, it may serve to be a better choice in the long run actually saving money with wear and tear and replacement cabling. Business owners must consider their overall budget as well as the needs and the future of their company. Used phone systems Del Mar utilizes both Fiber optics as well as Cat5 and Cat6 cabling for telecommunications network installation.Single-mode fiber optic cables are better for long distance installations while multi-mode cabling is better for short distance installations. It’s important to select the cabling based on the equipment being connected. It must all be in compliance with up-to-date cabling standards not only for safety but for proper installation and usage.
Fiber optics support high bandwidth data transmission
One of the biggest benefits of Fiber Optic cabling is that it supports high bandwidth data transmission; much higher than what is supported by other types of data cabling. Another benefit is that multiplexing techniques can be used to further increase the bandwidth capacity of Fiber Optic cabling. This type of cabling is also very well known for its ability to offer a significant reduction in noise disturbance. It is rare that loss of data transmission will occur with Fiber Optic Cabling. If their are any faults in the cabling it can be detected easily. Fiber Optics are also resistant to any kind of damage caused by lightening or electrical sparks and are the most durable type of cabling offering long-term usage which add to the cost effectiveness of using it in a communications network.