Fiber optic network planning and design
Fiber optic network planning and design refers to the specialized processes leading to a successful installation and operation of a fiber optic network. It includes first determining the type of communication system(s) which will be carried over the network, the geographic layout, the transmission equipment required and the type of fiber network over which it will operate. Designing a fiber optic network usually also requires interfacing to other networks.
Part of network planning and design are requirements for permits, easements,
permissions and inspections. Determining actual component selection, placement,
installation practices, testing, troubleshooting and network equipment installation and
kick–off. Finally, it includes documentation, corrections as built–in geospatial platforms preferred by provider, maintenance and planning for restoration in event of a future outage.
The planning and design of the network must precede the installation, our experience
gained business practice solutions are that our planners and designers stay involved in
all phases of construction and installation and control execution of all project stages.
Our employees have an in-depth knowledge of fiber optic components, materials and
systems and installation processes as well as all applicable standards, codes and any
other legal regulations, they will closely work with provider`s team to develop best
solutions for their networks.
The result of planning and design will be full inventory of network (civil
infrastructure, splices, central office equipment as PoPs, DPs, floorplan, space and
surface management all connected to exact GPS locations).
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