Tempo Communications Launches Platform to Help Train Technicians

Feb. 23, 2024
Tempo Communications shows its commitment toward telecom technician education through its latest product.

Tempo Communications’ Fiber Trainer is a compact and comprehensive platform made to train technicians in “fundamental fiber optic network installation and maintenance techniques”.

The trainer has a host of loss events made to copy real-world scenarios, including faulty connectors, Macrobends, and damaged fiber optic cables. The product features a 1km fiber link, which is integrated to give students a standard fiber link with a fault set up midway. Having this step provides technicians with the opportunity to use the Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR), to test and evaluate the 1km fiber link.

This Tempo Communications trainer also has two fiber spools which gives plenty of fiber to be used in fusion splicing exercises. With the connectors on the ends of the fiber spools students can do loss testing to accurately measure and confirm fusion splice loss.

Oleg Fishel, Vice President, Product management at Tempo Communications stated, "This innovative solution not only enhances hands-on learning but also equips technicians with the practical skills needed to navigate the complexities of fiber optic network installations and maintenance."

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