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Fiber Optic Training

Fiber Optic Training

220.00

At the end of this training, trainees will receive a WAMA Training Certificate, being able to:

    • Understand the process of installing an optical signal
    • Distinguish between different types of optical fibers, emitters, receivers and joints
    • Dimension an optical channel
    • Use optical fiber test equipment.

Length: 14 hours
Language: Portuguese

*VAT not included in the price

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Technicians who work or intend to work in the telecommunications sector, especially in fiber optic customer calls.

Introduction to Optoelectronics – Fundamental Concepts

    • The nature of light
    • The geometric optics
    • Diffraction of light
    • Numeric aperture (opening angle)

Light Sources

    • Light-emitting diodes, LED and LASER
    • Receiver / light detector diodes
    • Junction photodiode, PIN diode and APD avalanche photodiode
    • Connector couplers Point-to-point, multipoint connection
    • Optical hierarchies, applications
    • Other applications of optical sources
    • WDM multiplexing system (wavelengh division multiplex)

The Optic Fiber

    • Principles of light transmission in fiber optics
    • Types and characteristics of optical fiber
    • Fiber optic cable
      Propagation modes
    • Attenuation and dispersion in optical fibers
    • Description and interpretation of schemes and plans
    • DWM- Multiplexing

Practical Work

    • Description of cable designation, identification of optical fibers, advantages and disadvantages
    • Optical power measurement
    • Description and working principle of the fusing machine
    • Description and use of the fiber stripping machine and pliers
    • Preparation of the cable for fusing two fibers
    • OTDR description and working principle
    • Execution of measures (mitigations, lengths and losses) with OTDS
    • Fiber termination with ST, SC and FC 3m system plugs
    • Execution of a joint
    • Measurement of losses Fiber optic cables: making joints and connecting connectors

Being at least 18 years old and having completed the 9th grade.

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