The FOCIS Flex NW addresses the need of network maintenance contractors operating in secure environments, where devices emitting radio frequency (RF) communication signals are prohibited, such as government and defense facilities and restricted private enterprisenetwork facilities. The FOCIS Flex NW removes, in both hardware and software, Bluetooth and WiFi communications transceiver functions. The FOCIS Flex NW includes internal storage for 10,000 ferrule end-face images and pass/fail results, as well as a USB mass storage device interface, so that inspection results can be transferred at the end of the workday.
Continuous expansion and consolidation of LTE and 5G networks require future-proof and versatile connectivity solutions between the BBU/PSU and the RRHs.
Rosenberger’s focus is to offer Plug & Play FTTA/PTTA solutions that provide a Neutral Point of Interface to ensure efficient and cost-effective installations, upgrades, swaps and addition of new technologies.
The 90R16 is a mass fusion splicer capable of splicing up to 16 fiber ribbon cables simultaneously. In previous mass fusion splicer models, the v-grooves could become dirty over time due to debris and glass deposits from splicing accumulating in the v-grooves. Which in turn, could lead to fibre offsets and high losses if they were not regularly cleaned which added to the overall process time. The 90R16 comes with a first of its kind, innovative user replaceable V-groove assembly which makes this issue a thing of the past and is supplied as standard equipment with the 90R16 kit. This new V-groove assembly can be quickly and easily fitted in the field, minimizing downtime and maximising productivity. In addition, the new V-groove design enables splicing of both conventional type 12-fiber encapsulated ribbon and SWR (Spider Web Ribbon) whilst also accommodating 250um and 200um pitch fibers. The 90R16 can also splice single fibers if required. also making use of Active Blade Management Technology, which now can connect to two CT50 cleavers simultaneously.