American Tech Supply is a certified suplier of FTTH Equipment- FTTH – Fiber To The Home-Triple Play Fiber Deployment- FTTX-FTTC- Fiber To The Curb-Fiber To The Home Suppliers
The Fiber To The Home- FTTH concept has become a reality and after years of successful fiber to the home installations, fiber to the home field trials & technological advances so the concept of installing “Fiber Optic Cable To The Home” is becoming a reality. Many successful installations prove fiber optics can deliver bundled or individual data, voice and video circuits more efficiently to the home by using a fiber optic cable- “than any other medium”. Fiber Optic Cable is able to deliver a mulititude of data, voice and video services to the home more efficiently-and securely-versus traditional copper transport mediums. We are all aware of slow dial-up frustrations, DSL outages, and coax cable issues (Broadband-Cable TV). Once fiber optics are deployed- as an end to end solution- all these inherent problems associated with copper /coax based transport facilities virtually disappear. Now with the advancement and reduction of costs of GPON technology, MDU’s, (Mulitplde High Density Dwellings) ,developers, homeowner associations can achieve payback ( return time on your capital outlay costs for deployment) in as little as 18- 36 months for “Triple Play” Services.
Since 2011 we have solidified our relationships with national brand companies with sales in the hundreds of millions in revenue that have the DESIGN- The PROVEN carrier grade SERVICES, the SPEEDS that will enable us to provide you with your own FTTH- Fiber To The Home Network that you will manage and provide the CONTENT and billing and eliminate the need to work with the conglomerate cable TV or telephone giants. You will also have the choice to work with Corning grade fiber cable made in the USA. You will also be able to pick and chose what “content” to provide your communities and at what speeds and at what prices you deem appropriate. By building your own FTTH network, you control the costs, the profits, the speeds, everyting from A-Z and with static GPON networks we can assist you in monitoring your networks 24/7 and if any troubles should arise 99% can be elimated by remote access. We can design your network and choose the type oof equipment, the sources and buy this equpment from the fiber cables to the PONS wholesale direct from us without paying for extreme markups for the “carrier middleman” . If you are considering a DOCSIS 3.1 from a Broadband carrier or cable TV company or FIOS- let us provide you with a survey of your community First. Then you will see the results for the Triple Play or IPTV payback revenue before handing off your cable TV, video, and data revenues to the “phone company. We can show you “payback” in your community in as little as 18 months using our GPON solutions. And if you choose to design your FTTH – Fiber To THe Home network with someone else- allow us to bid your OSP singlemode or multimode fiber cable needs from ADSS– Figure 8- Drop Cable or direct bury cable.
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Some of the Terms Used Today For Fiber To The Home:
The telecommunications industry uses distinct FTTH and FTTX configurations. The terms in most widespread use today are:
FTTN / FTTLA (This terms is used for fiber-to-the-node, -neighborhood, or -last-amplifier): Fiber Cable ( almost all Singlemode from 6-144 to 288 strand singlemode fiber cable is terminated in a street cabinet, possibly miles away from the customer premises, with the final connections possibly being copper. FTTN is often an interim step toward full FTTH and is typically used to deliver advanced triple-play telecommunications services. The use of GPON eliminates ALL COPPER up to the home.
FTTC / FTTK (fiber-to-the-curb, -closet, or -cabinet): This is very similar to FTTN, but the street cabinet or pole is closer to the user’s premises, typically within 1,000 feet (300 m), within range for high-bandwidth copper technologies such as wired ethernet or IEEE 1901 power line networking and wireless Wi-Fi technology and now is called DAS- or Distributed Antenna Systems with fiber cable as the “backbone” and WAP- or “Wireless Access Points” tied to the fiber cable vis CAT 5E or CAT 6 copper cable. FTTC is occasionally ambiguously called FTTP (fiber-to-the-pole), leading to confusion with the distinct fiber-to-the-premises system.
FTTP (fiber-to-the-premises): This telecom term is used for both FTTH and FTTB, or where the fiber network includes both homes and small businesses.
- FTTB (fiber-to-the-building, or business, or -basement): Fiber Optic Cable reaches the boundary of the building- or the MPOE- Minimum Point Of Entry-such as the basement in a multi-dwelling unit, with the final connection to the individual living space being made via alternative means, similar to the curb or pole termination technologies.
- FTTH (fiber-to-the-home): Fiber reaches the boundary of the living space, such as a box on the outside wall of a home. Passive optical networks (GPON) and point-to-point ethernet are architectures that deliver triple-play services over FTTH networks directly from an operator’s central office.
FTTD (fiber-to-the-desktop): Fiber Optic Cable connections are installed from the main computer room to a terminal or fiber media converter near the user’s desk.
FTTE / FTTZ Fiber-to-the-telecom-enclosure or fiber-to-the-zone, is a form of structured fiber optic cabling typically used in enterprise local area networks, where fiber is used to link the main computer equipment room to an enclosure close to the desk or workstation. FTTE and FTTZ are not considered part of the FTTX group of technologies, despite the similarity in name.
BRIEF HISTORY OF FTTH:
In the beginning the first to ventures into the FIber to the Home or FTTH- Fiber To The Home Rollouts were the RBOCS- ( Remember ISDN?) and the Carriers such as MCI delivering fiber service to the communities outside Orlando Florida as “Heathrow” as far back as the 1980’s ranging from Pacific Bell, MCI, Bellsouth and GTE. Then in the late 1990’s there was a great upsurge in fiber to the home deployment by private firms called CLEC’s- Competitive Loop Exchange Carriers. These companies unfortunately got caught up in the Wall Street rebellion of the Dot Coms and anyting to do with Telecom was frowned upon by Wall Street for about 4 years. But now they are back along with WISPS-CLEC’s that offer fiber optic and wireless hybrid solutions.The reason why the FTTH technology has been dramatically opened to competition is advances in technology and extreme reduction in the pricing of fiber optic cable and telecommunications hardware. There are now technologies that offer 3-5 year “payback” on “Triple Play”. Our supplier partners include several manufacturers including Prysmian, (Formerly Draka) Commscope, FIS, Dasan, Charles, Emerson, APC, Telco Systems, AFL, and many others. Since 2011 we have “narrowed our partner base” to three main manufacturers that we can discuss in private after an NDA is signed and an agreement has been formed.
We can provide you, the city, the county, community, developer or publoic enterprise a complete- engineering -turn- key GPON fiber to the home (FTTH) proven solution using GPON backbone technology and combining the hardware with our “Middleware” and “Billing Products” to allow you- the PUBLIC or PRIVATE COMMUNITy to decide on what CONTENT, what SPEED, and what COST you want to bill to your residents. With your own engineer fiber to the home – Triple Play” system, you can have complete “payback” on your investment from as little as 18 month to 48 months. And from that point on it is almost pure (pre-tax) prift that you can put back into your own community.
IF YOU ARE A CITY- MUNICIPALITY- DEVELOPER- READ ON- THERE IS A LOT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF BUILDING A FIBER TO THE HOME-FTTH-FTTX SYSTEM YOURSELF.With 3- 5 year “payback” for “Triple Play Networks- you need to visit a few of our links to explore the advantages of building your own Fiber To The Home System in your own community. Please visit this link for some of the reasons WHY you should invest in a FTTH System yourselves
Please visit the below short profiles in Fiber To The Home Broadband Buildouts- The USA is currently 19th in the world in FTTH Deployments
Fiber Optic technologies are the key enabling media to support the higher bandwidth and new services, such as VoIP, VOD and IPTV. Fiber enables providers to improve their competitiveness, achieve operating efficiencies, address the demand for faster Internet service, and pursue new revenue-generating opportunities such as digital video.
To help developers in Greenfield communities design and build a fiber-based network to meet the needs of their residential and commercial subscribers, Telco Systems has formed an alliance with AFL Telecommunications to create a turn-key active Ethernet FTTH network solution. The alliance, called FTTH Made Easy, provides end-to-end system integration as well as consulting services and solutions to help developers build fiber-based networks.
While a large majority of FTTH deployments today are based on passive optical networking (PON), the advantages of point-to-point active Ethernet are well documented. According to Kent Brown, Director of Access Solutions at AFL Telecommunications, “A point-to-point active Ethernet network is CapEx friendly and provides more control over network design and bandwidth. Telco Systems has developed a set of solutions that enable developers to cost-effectively create an active Ethernet FTTx strategy that addresses the evolving needs of the community.”
Our partners are ready to get you started today by utilizing our FTTx Business Modeling Tool that includes the following:
Fiber To The Home- FTTX- Extensive ROI modeling engine
Fiber To The Home For Developers- FTTX- Developers
Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Architectures supported
– Hybrid Fiber BPL or WiFi
Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Supports phased market rollout
Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Wide range of user-definable inputs
– Revenue streams
– Installation labor
– OpEx (operations and service provider)
Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Board Ready Outputs
– Full financial model
– ROI, net income, cash flow
Fiber optic cable’s cost effectiveness over the long term will also insure continued growth in the telecommunications industry by delivering the ultimate in speed, service and security. It’s the same type of undertaking that was done by the cable companies in the early ’80s to upgrade their-outdated cable tv networks. As late as the 1960’s-1970’s, in some areas in the cable companies even used “barbed wire” to deliver their cable service.
At this time the current condition of existing telephone and cable networks is at best marginal as we all experience the constant DSL and cable modem “breakdowns”. The copper telephone cables are slowly nearing the end of their useful life- as some of them have been in the ground for over 60-70 years. We all know what happens to copper kettles- the same thing happens to the copper cables- and the ends of those cables that are exposed to air- get wet and corroded. Furthermore, the actual cable components are aging, corroding- and are simply becoming obsolete. Telephone companies are being pushed by the consumer to deliver the basic Internet services that homeowners require. The only proven method is to invest in fiber optic technology. The need for additional”bandwidth” in the delivery of “content” and “services” to the home is also a key force in this growing market .
At American Tech Supply, we believe that building fiber optic cable networks to the home is the next major growth market. After years of field trials, lowered fiber optic costs and increased efficiency in delivering services in the actual fiber optic network, the timing is right to invest in this area. American Tech Supply as a supplier offers several complete end to end fiber optic systems complete end to end solutions for fiber to the home proejcts. ATS as a value added supplier can offer several separate solutions to a developer or home builder- unlike a single source manufacturer that will only “sell’ their ‘solutions’. ATS will work with you to provide you the best possible equipment at the best possible price.Besides Fiber To The Home equipment, we can offer consulting and other resources to developers and municipalities interested in the Fiber To The Home technology.
We always welcome working with developers, builders, contractors, CLEC’s, Carriers and the Regional Bell Operating companies (RBOC’s) in providing the fiber optic equipment, fiber optic cable, and fiber optic switching equipment for all your “Fiber To The Home Needs.”
Please see below the ways that American Tech Supply can assist you:
(1) Fiber To The Home- FTTX-American Tech Supply can become your sole source or added value partner in supplying the equipment (at wholesale costs) for the fiber to the home project. We have recently teamed up with a Certified MWBE/DV woman owned company and can now offer you the WBE requirements required by law. We can provide you with everything from the singlemode/multimode fiber optic cable, OSP ducting, fiber optic jumpers, fiber optic panels, fiber optic switching equipment, fiber vaults, fiber transmission equipment- including CWDM and WDM technology, to the connectors and on premise equipment that attaches to the outside of home. We will provide your company with all your materials delivered in a timely and courteous fashion- right to the jobsite.
(2) Fiber To The Home- FTTX-ATS can be your design- engineering partner to develop an effective fiber to the home solution for developers and home builders to city planners. We will provide you with a comprehensive plan to deliver fiber to the home services to your customers even if you will use your own service personnel to deploy the equipment.
(3)Fiber To The Home- FTTX-American Tech Supply can also offer logistical assistance in implementing fiber to the home services. We can refer or “partner” your organization to the specific manufacturers, service providers, and installation companies that most closely match your needs.
(4) Fiber To The Home- FTTX- We can offer you complete consulting services where to buy the products, a variety of manufacturer vendors offering fiber to the home products, recommendations which contractors to work with, and how to build out the network. We can also help refer you to the proper regulatory agencies if you are wanting to become a CLEC/BLEC . A CLEC is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier which is regulated by the State PUC or Public Utilites Commission. American Tech can provide you with complete fiber to the home consultancy- at affordable rates.
(5)Fiber To The Home- FTTX-We can also show a potential developer or builder how they could benefit in offering value added services such as bundled telephone service, video, DSL, T-1, Satellite, Security, wireless, cable, entertainment and more to the homeowner by becoming a CLEC- or Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. As a CLEC the developer/home builder would be able to:
(1) Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Build out the underground the fiber optic infrastructure
(2)Fiber To The Home- FTTX- Install the switching and billing equipment- Can build the entire billing and switching center
(3) Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Install and be able to deploy basic telephone service, long distance service, DSL, T-1, video, cable, satellite, and security services.
A developer can greatly expand their control and profit margins by teaming with our company. As a developer you will be able to expand your financial resources significantly by offering a multitude of voice, data, and video services to the homeowner for however long he or she owns the home. The key is to be able to first install, thereby you own and manage your own underground or fiber optic infrastructure in a community. Once someone other than the developer installs the infrastructure, the company that installed that equipment owns that “right of way’ and it becomes very difficult at that time for the developer to get a foothold in the services sector. The key is to be the first and only provider of the infrastructure in your particular community. Once this is done-Your organization then become the “phone company” for your community. Please call us ffor additional information.
(6) Fiber To The Home- FTTX-Offer design-build capability by referring you to one of our partner companies to build the entire network from the central office/(or headend) right to the home.
American Tech Supply stocks thousands of singlemode fiber optic jumpers, singlemode fiber optic assemblies and multimode fiber optic assemblies and multimod fiber optic jumpers in most types including ST, LC, SC singlemode patch cables along with a complete assortment of multimode fiber optic patch cords including LC multimode, SC multimode jumpers, and ST multimode jumpers and adapters. We stock one of the largest inventories of singlemode fiber optic assemblies and multimode assemblies in the United States.Our singlemode jumpers, single mode patch cables and single mode assemblies come are available in a variety of sizes or lengths up to 5000 feet. Custom fiber optic assemblies are welcome but may take 3-4 days to ship.To ensure the products’ performance, our manufacturing process utilizes high quality connectors with ceramic ferrules (Or Pbronze-if requested), and OFNR riser or higher graded fiber cables. Our extensive range of fiber cable is available in 900um, 1.6mm and 3mm jacketed fiber wires terminated with state-of-the-art connectors such as ST, SC, FC, MTRJ and LC types to meet your standard or custom configurations. We offer the finest quality fiber optic assemblies from several manufacturers including OFS, Corning, Emerson, 3M, ADC,Telect and more- American Tech Supply now offers 10 gig fiber optic assemblies and 10 gigabit fiber optic jumpers in both multimode and singlemode. We stock one of the largest arrays of singlemode fiber optic assemblies and multimode fiber optic jumpers in the USA. We can ship most fiber optic jumpers and fiber optic assemblies the same day.
Call American Tech Supply At (866) FIBER-21 or (866) 342-3721- Don’t Gamble With Quality- Buy American
10 Gigabit Fiber Optic Assemblies- 10 Gigabit Fiber Optic Jumpers-MPO patch cords are 12-strand multi-fiber patch cords. Designed with precision molded MT ferrules, our female MPO assemblies are made with precise housings ensuring perfect fiber alignment during mating with MPO cassettes. Its high density design allows for use in compact applications, saving significant amounts of time and overall cost- More Info
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Besides The Fiber Optic Patch Cords and Fiber Optic Jumpers Lised Above- we carry all the fiber optic patch cords and fiber optic jumpers below
ST fiber optic patch cable
FC fiber cable assemblies
SC fiber cable assemblies
Biconic fiber assemblies
SMA fiber assemblies
Escon fiber optics
MTRJ fiber patch cords
FA fibre cables
D4 optical fiber assemblies
E2000 fiber cable assemlbies
MTP optical fiber
MPO optical fiber assemblies
Opti Jack fibre optics
Multimode 62.5/125 micron Duplex Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies
Multimode 50/125 micron Duplex Fiber Assemblies
Single-Mode 9/125 micron Duplex Fiber Patch cords and Jumpers
Single-Mode Simplex Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies
Fiber Optic Connectors
Fiber Optic Adapters
Bulk Fiber Optic Cable
Fiber Optic Cables /Fiber Jumpers
Duplex MTRJ-MTRJ Fiber Optic Cable
Duplex MTRJ-SC Fiber Optic Cable
Duplex MTRJ-ST Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex SC-SC Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex ST-SC Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex ST-ST Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex LC-ST Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex LC-LC Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex LC-MTRJ Fiber Optic Cable
Multimode Duplex LC-SC Fiber Optic Cable
Singlemode Duplex SC-SC Fiber Optic Cable
Singlemode Duplex ST-SC Fiber Optic Cable
Singlemode Duplex ST-ST Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies
BRIEF OVER VIEW OF FIBER OPTIC CABLE ADVANTAGES OVER COPPER:
• SPEED: Fiber optic networks operate at high speeds – up into the gigabits
• BANDWIDTH: large carrying capacity
• DISTANCE: Signals can be transmitted further without needing to be “refreshed” or strengthened.
• RESISTANCE: Greater resistance to electromagnetic noise such as radios, motors or other nearby cables.
• MAINTENANCE: Fiber optic cables costs much less to maintain.
In recent years it has become apparent that fiber-optics are steadily replacing copper wire as an appropriate means of communication signal transmission. They span the long distances between local phone systems as well as providing the backbone for many network systems. Other system users include cable television services, university campuses, office buildings, industrial plants, and electric utility companies.A fiber-optic system is similar to the copper wire system that fiber-optics is replacing. The difference is that fiber-optics use light pulses to transmit information down fiber lines instead of using electronic pulses to transmit information down copper lines. Looking at the components in a fiber-optic chain will give a better understanding of how the system works in conjunction with wire based systems.
At one end of the system is a transmitter. This is the place of origin for information coming on to fiber-optic lines. The transmitter accepts coded electronic pulse information coming from copper wire. It then processes and translates that information into equivalently coded light pulses. A light-emitting diode (LED) or an injection-laser diode (ILD) can be used for generating the light pulses. Using a lens, the light pulses are funneled into the fiber-optic medium where they transmit themselves down the line.Think of a fiber cable in terms of very long cardboard roll (from the inside roll of paper towel) that is coated with a mirror.
If you shine a flashlight in one you can see light at the far end – even if bent the roll around a corner.Light pulses move easily down the fiber-optic line because of a principle known as total internal reflection. “This principle of total internal reflection states that when the angle of incidence exceeds a critical value, light cannot get out of the glass; instead, the light bounces back in. When this principle is applied to the construction of the fiber-optic strand, it is possible to transmit information down fiber lines in the form of light pulses.
Multimode cable is made of of glass fibers, with a common diameters in the 50-to-100 micron range for the light carry component (the most common size is 62.5). POF is a newer plastic-based cable which promises performance similar to glass cable on very short runs, but at a lower cost.
Multimode fiber gives you high bandwidth at high speeds over medium distances. Light waves are dispersed into numerous paths, or modes, as they travel through the cable’s core typically 850 or 1300nm. Typical multimode fiber core diameters are 50, 62.5, and 100 micrometers. However, in long cable runs (greater than 3000 feet [914.4 ml), multiple paths of light can cause signal distortion at the receiving end, resulting in an unclear and incomplete data transmission. The use of fiber-optics was generally not available until 1970 when Corning Glass Works was able to produce a fiber with a loss of 20 dB/km. It was recognized that optical fiber would be feasible for telecommunication transmission only if glass could be developed so pure that attenuation would be 20dB/km or less. That is, 1% of the light would remain after traveling 1 km. Today’s optical fiber attenuation ranges from 0.5dB/km to 1000dB/km depending on the optical fiber used. Attenuation limits are based on intended application.
The applications of optical fiber communications have increased at a rapid rate, since the first commercial installation of a fiber-optic system in 1977. Telephone companies began early on, replacing their old copper wire systems with optical fiber lines. Today’s telephone companies use optical fiber throughout their system as the backbone architecture and as the long-distance connection between city phone systems. Cable television companies have also began integrating fiber-optics into their cable systems. The trunk lines that connect central offices have generally been replaced with optical fiber. Some providers have begun experimenting with fiber to the curb using a fiber/coaxial hybrid. Such a hybrid allows for the integration of fiber and coaxial at a neighborhood location. This location, called a node, would provide the optical receiver that converts the light impulses back to electronic signals. The signals could then be fed to individual homes via coaxial cable. Local Area Networks (LAN) is a collective group of computers, or computer systems, connected to each other allowing for shared program software or data bases. Colleges, universities, office buildings, and industrial plants, just to name a few, all make use of optical fiber within their LAN systems.
Power companies are an emerging group that have begun to utilize fiber-optics in their communication systems. Most power utilities already have fiber-optic communication systems in use for monitoring their power grid systems.
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