FIBER OPTIC TECHNICIAN course in SWABI
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fiber optic tech course is designed for anyone interested in becoming a Certified Fiber Optic Technician. ... Students will learn how to identify fiber types, recognize various connectors used in fiber installation; and install, terminate, splice, and properly test installed fiber cable to existing standards
What Do Fiber Optic Technicians Do? Install, troubleshoot, and maintain fiber optic systems. May create sensors and perform optical inspections. Measure signal strength to ensure adequate performance
The course provides knowledge of optical fiber waveguide at fundamental level, essentials of an optical fiber communication system and understanding of various components of an optical fiber telecommunication system
To qualify for the CFOT certification, at least two years of relevant field experience is required, including documented experience installing and testing fiber optic networks. Training by employers, manufacturers or vendors of cabling products may be recognized as part of the experience requirements
Step 1: Use OTDR to Identify the Break in Fiber Optic Cable. ...
Step 2: Use Fiber Optic Cutter to Cut Out the Damaged Fiber Optic Cable. ...
Step 3: Strip the Fiber Optic Cable by Fiber Optic Stripper. ...
Step 4: Trim Any Damage on the Optical Fiber Ends by High Precision Fiber Cleaver. ...
Step 5: Clean the Striped Fiber Optic Cable
Examines the fundamental principals behind basic data and voice transmission via fiber optic cable; covers light theory, refraction, reflection, critical angle, cable mode and index ratings, and installation and termination techniques.Topics covered include fiber construction and fabrication techniques, numerical aperture,multi mode and single mode transmission theory, inter modal and intra modal dispersion, fiber attenuation, bending losses, fiber scattering mechanisms, fiber splicing and connector termination hardware, system testing and troubleshooting.
Understand the history and operation of Fiber Optics
Terminate a variety of connectors
Perform Fusion Splicing and Mechanical Splicing
Perform cable preparation for Fusion and Mechanical Splicing
Assemble a Splice enclosure
Fully test and troubleshoot Fiber Optic cables and Fiber Optic Systems using an Optical Time Domain Reflectometer.
Who Should Attend The Course:
Anyone who is to be employed in design, configuration, installation, testing, troubleshooting, or Fiber Optic system maintenance: technicians, System Analysts, Design Engineers, Managers, Telecommunication Professionals, Electronics Technicians, Electrical and Mechanical Technicians, Marine Electronics Technicians, Oilfield
Fiber Optics Technician Course Syllabus:
Introduction to Fiber Optics
History and Future of Fiber Optics Networking
Fiber To the Desk
Fiber To The Home
Fiber Optics Networking
Fiber Optics Safety
Hands-on Session Begins
Fiber Optics Networking Standards
BICSI and RCDD Certification
Fiber Optics Cable and Connector Identification
Outside Plant Cable Introduction.
Hands-on Session Continues – Termination of Fiber Connector, Splicing (Mechanical & Fusion), Design & Installation of Fiber Cabling, Introduction to Splicing
Outside Plant Fiber Cable preparation, termination & testing
Introduction to Basic OTDR Functions
Fiber To the Desk
Use of the OTDR, Power Source and Light Meter Functions
Continuity Testing, Tools and Equipment
Competency Assessment, Results & Review, Conclusion FOA (Fiber Optic Association) Exam
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