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Fibre Optics Solutions
Afrocompass Telecomms is a 100% Black Owned Micro Enterprise operating in the telecommunications industry based in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape. Established in 2021, the company has been involved in a wide scope of technical aspects and has now evolved into focusing on the installation and maintenance of Fibre Optic Networks in both FTTH and OSP fields. The company employs skilled staff, certified by the Fibre Optic Association (FOA) and accredited by MICTSETA, providing our clients with professional and efficient Fibre Optic Solutions.
What do we offer exactly
To begin, the standard definition of splicing in optical fiber is the joining two fiber optic cables together. ... In field installations, splicing is a faster and more efficient method and is used to restore fiber optic cables when a buried cable is accidentally severed.
ISP stands for Inside Plant and OSP stands for Outside Plant. According to Building Industry Construction Service International (BICSI), OSP is any network infrastructure installed external to buildings. Our scope includes optical fiber cabling, balanced twisted-pair cabling, and support structures to link locations
Due to fiber optics sending light beams down the thin strands of glass rather than electrical signals, these cables are not affected by weather changes. Rain, cold and extreme heat can affect traditional electrical signals but do not have any affect on fiber optics
Attenuation is the loss of signal strength in networking cables or connections. This typically is measured in decibels (dB) or voltage and can occur due to a variety of factors. ... When measuring attenuation in a wired network, the greater the signal strength over a long distance, the more effective the cable is
- he 2179 CD fiber optic splice Closures protect fibre optic splices from the elements while providing fast and easy no-cost reentry. The closure comprises a plastic moulded dome shaped housing with fibre management trays attached to an end cap. There are 5 round cable entry ports and a single oval cable entry port for the main distribution cable. These ports can be sealed using heat shrink sleeves & a blow torch. No special tools are required for assembly & re-entry. Available in different configurations, the 2179 CD can accommodate various cable constructions and splice capacities. Each tray is designed to hold a maximum of 24 fibers. There is a provision for fiber slack storage (beneath the tray holder) for expressed stranded fiber. The slack storage and splice capacity depends on factors such as cable construction, splice type and slack fiber lengths.
Internet connectivity over fiber-optic networks has become the gold standard for fast, high-quality data transmission for businesses. ... Fiber relies on light instead of electricity to transmit data, which facilitates much faster Internet connections that are capable of handling higher bandwidth
To be the leading telecommunications infrastructure technical service provider in South Africa, by installing and maintaining reliable infrastructure and high bandwidth capacity fibre optic and telecommunications cabling and equipment for our FNO’s and ISP’s, giving their customers excellent uptime and high-performance internet and fibre optic services.
Fibre Optic Cable Splicing
Optic Fibre Attenuation testing
Afrocompass Telecomms is however not limited to the above services and so makes use of partnered companies with qualified and skilled staff for larger projects involving backhaul deployment, OSP/Civil Works and projects requiring digging, drilling, micro-duct installations and blowing, providing our clients with a full turnkey solution. We looking forward to doing business with you.
We employ only skilled staff, certified by the Fibre Optic Association (FOA) and accredited by MICTSETA, providing our clients with professional and efficient Fibre Optic Solutions.