Multimode fiber cable can be used for most general data and voice applications. Multimode cable has a large-diameter core and multiple pathways of light. It comes in two core sizes: 50-micron and 62.5-micron.
Most of the fiber cable used within a building is multimode. Single-mode cable, with its higher performance, is more commonly used in campus networks between buildings. Single-mode cable has a small 8–10-micron glass core and only one pathway of light.
Depending on your application, you may want to use a specialty fiber cable. To save money on innerducts and conduit, you can use a fiber cable with an aluminum interlocking armor covering an internal plenum jacket. It’s flexible but extraordinarily strong so you can run this cable anywhere in your building.
We offer all types of fiber termination and splicing. Fusion splicing is a permanent connection of two or more optical fibers. The two fibers are welded together with an electronic arc. We offer the following methods of splicing fibers: Mechanical splicing Fusion splicing