Our company installs fiber optic networks.
E.ILE consists of experienced technicians specialized in the installation and measurement of optical fibers by making use of special instruments required for their welding and measurements. We provide complete solutions and guarantee the excellent installation and operation of fiber optic networks, which tend to be mandatory in every building in our country.
Fiber optics are preferable over copper nowdays, due to their advantages, some of which are:
Optical fiber is faster.
The difference between data transmission via optical fiber versus the traditional copper cable can very easily be compared to the speed of photons over the speed of electrons, as optical fiber does not travel at the speed of light, but is close enough to it ( about 31% slower).
Optical fiber transmission has far fewer losses.
Over long distances, Optical Fibers show less data loss than copper. This is called low attenuation. Copper cables can transmit information up to 2.84 km due to energy loss, while Fiber Optics can transmit up to 40 km before they start to lose.
Fiber optic cables are impermeable to electromagnetic interference.
Copper cables, if not installed properly, will generate electromagnetic voltage, which can interfere with the operation of other cables and create chaos in a network. Optical fiber cables, unlike copper wires, do not generate electricity.
Light cannot catch fire.
Another advantage of fiber optic cables is that there is not a risk of ignition. This can be attributed to the same reason where cables do not produce electromagnetism (electrical charge does not “travel” through the cable).
Optical fiber cables do not break easily.
This means that it will not be necessary to replace them as often as copper cables. Even if they are made of glass, copper cables are more prone to damage than fiber optic cables.
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Use of the fiber optics
Fiber optics are very thin threads, consisting of plastic or glass, through which digital data is transmitted in the form of light. They are increasingly preferred for use in the respective communications, as well as in the installation of various types of network, especially in facilities where the distances are long and the traditional cable of twisted pairs cannot be used, as well as where the requirements for transmission rates are particularly high.
Fiber optics are also preferred for use by private companies in local area networks, university network networks, broadband networks, cable TV networks, high-security applications (such as military), and finally industrial applications. , where there is high industrial noise, in which the optical fibers are particularly immune.