Fiber Installation and Design

We are your number one destination for professional Fiber Optic installation services in the Toronto area. We help you in all stages of Fiber Cabling deployment right from estimating the type of Fiber required to design and finally maintenance. Here are some insights to what type of fiber would you need for your business and how to prep for Fiber installation.

Fiber System Design

Before you go with a Fiber installation, you need to establish with the end user or network owner where the network will be built and what communications signals it will carry. This is the phase Network Design and is very critical as rest of Cabling design and installation depends. We verify and help you identify the types of equipment required for the communications systems, the speed of the network and the distances to be covered before considering anything related to the cable plant. This process helps us determine if fiber is necessary or preferable and what type of fiber is required.

Do I need Single mode or Multimode?

Choosing Transmission Equipment is essential. The next process is choosing the right transmission equipment. This includes choosing the correct fiber media type and related components. We help you choose the type of media such as Multimode or Single mode or even if Copper is required. Designing long distance or outside plant, applications would require single-mode (SM) fiber cabling while all other premises networks generally operate over multimode fiber. Single-mode fiber provides 50 times more distance than multimode cable. Consequently,
single-mode cable is typically used in long-haul network connections spread out over extended areas, including cable television and campus backbone applications. Multimode fiber cables are less expensive than single-mode systems because the large core of multimode fiber allows the use of cheaper LED or VCSEL sources in transmitters, making the electronics much cheaper. Splicing and termination are the final category of components to be chosen.

Planning for the install

Final planning for the installation is a critical phase of any project as it involves coordinating activities of many people and fiber experts. Testing plays a major role before the final cut-off. Certified test results make sure the network is sound and stable.