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084f2db8c6 It's the receiver that ultimately determines the performance of the link, as it needs adequate power to receive data reliably. b. Alternately, if you already have fiber optic cable plant installed, select a product that will operate over your fiber optic cable plant, considering both fiber type and distance. Remember to plan for purchasing overages on components to cover extra cable for restoration or extra connectors necessary due to yields in termination d. Using the design developed in this process, install the cable plant. Since so many link types exist, it is impossible to generalize on fiber optic link characteristics, but there is a table in the FOA website detailing most standard networks. b. Select a fiber optic cable type appropriate for the application. Ensure that you have copies of the documentation regarding your contractors bonding, insurance, workers compensation, OSHA certificates etc.
Choose connectors of a style and termination type appropriately for the application. If OTDR traces are taken, those should be stored with the documentation. Inventory everything received b. d. Copies of all documentation should be kept at each end of the link and backups stored in a safe place. A link is bidirectional, usually with signals transmitted in two directions on two different fibers. Work with vendors on component specs to get best quality and price. Look for FOA CFOT certification (www.thefoa.org) and good references from similar installations d.