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Mainline Fiber's
Fiber To The Tower (FTTT) Design

Fiber to the tower (FTTT) is a high-speed internet delivery method that uses fiber optic cable to connect cell towers to the internet backbone. This provides cell towers with the bandwidth they need to support the growing demand for mobile data services.

Mainline Fiber provides their customers with the highest quality services, and take their work ethic very seriously.

 

We check everything and test everything to ensure that our networks are safe, reliable, and high-performing.

We optimize our tests for the best possible performance, and we never settle for anything less than the best.

 

We understand that our work is critical to our customers' success, and we are dedicated to providing them with the best possible service.

Here are a few examples of how Mainline Fiber's work ethic ensures the success of our FTTT construction and installation projects:

  • We start with a comprehensive network plan and design. We work closely with our customers to understand their specific needs and budget, and we develop a plan that meets those needs.

  • We handle all of the necessary permitting and right-of-way acquisition. This can be a complex and time-consuming process, but we have the experience and expertise to get the job done right.

  • We use the latest technologies and best practices in our construction and installation process. Our team of experienced engineers and technicians is dedicated to building high-quality, high-performance FTTT networks.

  • We test and commission our networks to the highest standards. We use a variety of testing methods to ensure that our networks are performing at their peak.

FTTH design services:

  • Needs assessment

  • Network topology design

  • Technology selection

  • Fiber placement design

  • Permitting and right-of-way support

  • Construction prints and staking sheets

FTTH deployment services:

  • Fieldwork to lay fiber routes

  • Sizing and specification of fiber optic cables

  • Installation of passive optical network (PON) splitter locations

  • Testing and commissioning

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