This program explores the history and future of fiber optics and fiber optics capabilities, and basic testing and troubleshooting. What's new in the 3rd Edition? This completely up-to-date edition is an essential on-the-job reference. Prerequisites: Basic working knowledge of computers. Course Level Introductory to intermediate. Jim was founder and President of Fotec, Inc.
This completely up-to-date edition is an essential on-the-job reference. Newcomers to as well as veterans of the installation trade now have a free online resource than can either get them up to speed or refresh their knowledge on fiber optics. Tuition: Check with your individual course location coordinator. You can take the course online or using the textbook. Now you can have this valuable information at your fingertips, available to you when and where you need it. Due to the amount of equipment used in class, we can not share our classroom with night classes. This new technology is less expensive than conventional publishing plus the cost of inventory is no longer an issue for books.
Hayes has been involved with the electronics and test instrumentation industry since 1968. Translations were done by Francisco Castro with review by Patrick Sullivan, who teaches fiber optics in Spain. A handy glossary clarifies even the most difficult technical terms, while a standards section points out the regulations governing the field. Disponible desde y muchos otros libreros. Extensively revised to cover the latest technologies and equipment, this portable tool shows you how to plan, install, and maintain a robust fiber optic network to support today's high-speed requirements. Student will be able to effectively and efficiently install, terminate, and test multimode fiber optic networks to existing standards. Fiber U had a long history as a fiber optic training conference and online training resource that educated many fiber optic technicians got their start in the 1990s.
Further, student must be able to hear and react to the announcement from anyone in the classroom that lasers are about to be turned on or currently active. You will learn about proven guidelines for better fiber optic design and installation, the key to winning contracts through more accurate estimating and bidding, ways of ensuring safety on the job, as well as proper documentation, restoration, and. A glossary of terms and resource guide are included for reference material. A handy Glossary clarifies even the most difficult technical terms, while a standards section points out the regulations governing the field. Chomycz is the author of Planning Fiber Optics Networks. This four-day class includes 2 days of classroom knowledge and 2 days of hands-on skills training to provide the practical understanding and skills required to specify, install, test and maintain fiber optic networks in many outside plant and inside plant applications.
Students must be able to read and speak the English language. This book begins with a brief history of the development of fiber optics and progresses from the basics of this technology and its components, to installation and testing. He is the founder, president, and chief engineer of Telecom Engineering, Inc. Those instructors have joined together to produce this book. Extensively revised to cover the latest technologies and equipment, this portable tool shows you how to plan, install, and maintain a robust fiber optic network to support today's high-speed requirements. More practical information on termination and splicing, updating for the latest fiber optic technology.
The course is designed to provide an understanding of fiber optic technology, how fiber works, various link components as well as industry standards and best practices. Finally, students considering this or any other fiber optics course must understand that, because of safety issues in dealing high-power lasers and microscopes, the ability to communicate these important announcements to co-workers and the ability to hear and react to these announcements from co-workers is required once in the field working in this industry. Douglas Elliott and Paul Rosenberg -- 15. This book begins with a brief history of the development of fiber optics and progresses from the basics of this technology and its components, to installation and testing. This book includes an interesting history of the development of fiber optics and an overview of the basics of the technology to give the reader perspective.
While most technicians working with fiber optics use English as a technical language, many instructors indicated that the book would be more useful for training technicians if it were available in local languages, especially Spanish due to the growing market for fiber optics in Latin and South America. Following a concise overview of the basics and history of fiber optics, every crucial area is covered in its practical aspects including networks, cables, cable specifications, connectors and splices, and fiber optic hardware. Originally educated as a physicist and astronomer at Vanderbilt University and The University of California at Santa Cruz, Mr. Guidelines for Fiber Optic Design and Installation. Prerequisite: Able to see, identify and manipulate small items and be able to read and speak the English language. Introduction to fiber optics network troubleshooting.
For the last 25 years, he has been involved with fiber optics and communications. Detailed diagrams and step-by-step procedures walk you through the entire process. Exam Fee Included in Tuition! Other Titles: Fiber optics technician's manual Responsibility: Jim Hayes and the instructors of Fiber U. Anyone interested in becoming a Certified Fiber Optics Technician should attend this class. The student must pass both the written and hands on exams to successfully pass this course.