Bredengen delivers a wide selection of fiber optic cables optimised for fixed or mobile applications for both indoor and outdoor areas. We offer anything from ½-fiber FTTH cables, compact data centre cables and reinforced outdoor cables adapted to the most challenging conditions.
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A fiber optic cable consists of a bundle of several thin optical glass fibers, or optical fibers, used in telecommunications as a transmission medium for wired communication systems.
Although fiber optic cables and copper cables dominate in their respective applications, fiber optic cables have superior transmission properties, higher bandwidth and longer range compared to copper cables. Additionally, fiber optic cables have an added weight advantage, and while copper cables cannot be drawn further than 100 meters, the right type of fiber cable can be drawn up to multiple kilometres. These advantages lead to many new possibilities. Our customers use them to upgrade 4G networks and to develop new 5G networks, among other applications.
Bredengen delivers a wide variety of fiber optic cables suited to customer needs: Multimode (OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4) or Singlemode (OS1, OS2), Simplex, Duplex or multifibre solutions (G4, G8, G12, G24, G48, etc.). Other variations include tight-buffered or loose tube cables.
There are numerous applications for fiber optic cables, and there are cable variations to meet practically any requirement.
Fiber optic cables are used for backhauling in mobile and fixed networks, as well as access cables in FTTH (Fiber to the Home) and FTTB (Fiber to the Business). Fiber is also used in data centres and local networks, and have a number of applications in industrial systems. Surge protection is not required when fiber optic cables are used, as they do not conduct electricity and constitute a galvanic separation. Fiber is thus well suited in EX environments or places exposed to lightning, for example.