CTC 128 Fiber Installation and Activation
Provides the student with current information on the development of fiber in optical broadband networks. The student will learn the basics of light transmission through optical fibers, how fibers are combined into optical cables and how fiber networks are designed and constructed. Network architecture, topology, and design will be covered. Training will also prepare the student to splice fibers using mechanical and fusion methods. The course teaches the topics required to provide the student with the ability to install and activate fiber optic networks. It assumes previous knowledge and experience in RF Broadband Technology.
Required: Employment in the Broadband industry. This course is only available for students who are in a degree or certificate program through the partnership between Jones/NCTI and ACC. Additional charges may apply to these courses. For additional information please call 303.797.5989
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Parker Campus - 15653 Brookstone Drive, Parker, CO 80134 | 303.734.4822
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