HOW DOES WINTER AFFECT FIBER OPTIC TESTING?

by http://www.fiber-mart.com

Fiber optic testing can be performed at any time of the year. It doesn’t matter if it’s the dog days of summer or the dead of winter. You can have a fiber optic network tested to make sure signals are moving through it quickly. But there are some challenges that come along with conducting fiber optic testing in the wintertime. Check out a few of them below.
FIBER OPTIC CABLES AREN’T ALWAYS EASY TO ACCESS.
To carry out fiber optic testing, a fiber optic company needs to be able to get access to fiber optic cables. If those cables have just been installed, that’s usually not a problem. But if fiber optic testing is being done on an existing network, it can be slightly more difficult. Fiber optic cables could be located in an area that’s not particularly easy to access due to wintry conditions, the rock-hard ground, and other factors.
FIBER OPTIC TESTING EQUIPMENT NEEDS TO BE WARMED UP PROPERLY.
There is a bunch of equipment that is used to conduct fiber optic testing. While that equipment can usually perform well in wintry weather, freezing-cold temperatures might cause problems with it. Additionally, the equipment will often need to be warmed up before fiber optic testing can take place. This can cause fiber optic testing to take a little bit longer than usual.
SNOW AND ICE CAN DELAY FIBER OPTIC TESTING BY A FEW DAYS.
In the event of snow, ice, hail, or some other winter weather, a fiber optic company will still make every effort to come out and do fiber optic testing for you. But there’s a chance that winter weather could force you to delay fiber optic testing if it gets to be bad enough. Things don’t always go as planned when it comes to doing fiber optic testing during the winter.
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