Fiber Optics Splicing, Raleigh, NC

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If you need fiber optics splicing services, give us a call to get the expert service you deserve.

While fiber optic cable is a great investment that will greatly improve your network and its capabilities, it is not immune to wear and tear. In order to keep your network in good repair, it’s more than likely that you will one day need fiber optics splicing services such as those that our team at GP Associates, Inc. can provide. Whether you need aerial or underground repair, or are looking to expand your network, our team has the right skills and experience to deliver the top-notch results you deserve.

Fiber Optics Splicing in Raleigh, North Carolina

Our team offers fiber optics splicing for both large- and small-scale projects, from businesses in need of vast new networks to residential clients who just need to restore a few damaged cables. No matter the size of your project or the circumstances surrounding it, you can turn to our team to get the expert service you need. Fiber optics splicing is a delicate undertaking that requires a great deal of precision, but fortunately our team is thoroughly familiar with the process and can achieve consistently high-quality results. In addition, fiber optic cables typically installed either on aerial supports or underground, making this kind of repair work more logistically complicated than other projects. Our team has extensive experience coordinating these efforts, so you can count on us to make the process go smoothly and get the job done as quickly as possible.

We are proud to serve the Raleigh, North Carolina community, and we want to help you do what’s best for your home or business. If you are in need of fiber optics splicing, we encourage you to give us a call.

FAQs About Fiber Optics Splicing

Our team at GP Associates, Inc. has extensive experience in fiber optic splicing, and it is a topic that we have received many questions about over the years. To save you some time, we have put together the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions on the topic below.

What is fiber optics?

Before we can explain what fiber optic splicing is, we first need to define the term fiber optics. To put it simply, fiber optics is the science of transmitting information through pulses of light, rather than as electrical signals. Fiber optic cables consist of many fine threads of clear glass, and information is sent down the threads in the form of light pulses. At the other end, the receiving computer or device will decode the light signals back into text, images, video, and other information.

What is fiber optic splicing?

Fiber optic splicing is a process used to join two fiber optic cables together, either in order to lengthen the original cable or create a branching path in the network. Each individual fiber in the cable must be fused together with the next to create a seamless connection, as any break in the line will disrupt the signal, and any distortion in the fiberglass risks altering the information en route.

How does fiber optic splicing work?

While a full, detailed explanation of how fiber optic splicing works is beyond the scope of this article, the basic method works like this: First, the fibers are stripped of their protective coating. Next, the technician will cleave the ends of each cable to create a clean cut. If the fibers are being fused mechanically, the next step is to align each fiber to its neighbor precisely, and then seal everything tightly to ensure that the fibers do not move out of alignment. On the other hand, in fusion splicing, the final steps are to clean the fibers and then use heat to fuse the ends together.

At GP Associates, Inc., we offer fiber optics splicing services for customers in Knightdale, Asheville, CharlotteRaleigh, and Durham, North Carolina, and all along the Eastern Seaboard, including Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, West Virginia, and New Jersey.


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