The Fiber Optic Engineering Fundamentals course provides participants with information and opportunities to discover the nature of fiber optic cables and the availability of the different types of fiber optic terminals when designing a fiber optic system. During the course, students are guided through the process of developing a system that satisfies all organizational technical requirements and introduces important concepts specific to fiber optic engineering best practices. At the conclusion of training, students will be able to properly specify and select components, design cost-effective fiber optic systems, and the proper use of specific terminology when discussing fiber optic communication systems with vendors.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
TopicsAdvantages and disadvantages of fiber optic communications +Characteristics of optical fibers +FDDI +Fiber optic cable installation procedures +Fiber optic connectors and splicing techniques +Fiber optic system design procedures +Fiber optic system parameters +Fiber optic testing, maintenance and documentation +Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) +Optical fiber types +Optical sources and detectors +Optical transmitters and receivers +SONET +RUS Publications
- Data communications, CATV, and telecommunications personnel who design and implement fiber optic communication systems
- Telecommunications industry professionals
- Construction industry professionals
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