SYLEX now extends its activity by offering passive interconnectivity solutions based primarily on PANDA PM fibres and single-fibre FC, LC, SC and MU connectors, achieving low insertion loss values and high polarisation extinction ratio (PER).
The Flexo Fan-Out is yet another reliable method Sylex provides for directly terminating outdoor or universal multi-fibre cables. This robust, factory-made breakout point with aluminium body is able to accommodate between 12 and 144 fibres.
Are you still searching for reliable 5G network components? If you need to connect a base band unit (BBU) with remote radio heads (RRH) through optical fibres, you have come to the right place. Sylex’s FTTA solution provides complete equipment which enables you to build a secure optical network between BBU and tower mounted RRHs. Our solution consists of durable plastic boxes with high IP ratings, an outdoor feeder and drop cables with lots of accessories.
SYLEX now offers active alignment of fibre arrays to photonics chips. With the combination of fibre-optic harnesses terminated at Sylex with different types of multi-fibre connectors, we deliver complete connectivity solutions from PCB level to the outside infrastructure,
SYLEX now offers a new category of harsh environment products. These robust new IP MPO/MTP or LC connectors can provide our customers with water and dust protection for various outdoor installations.
SYLEX has designed a new patch panel system called VERTEX, which itself increases the capacity in one 1U position in the rack threefold as compared to a standard 1U patch panel. We can offer you a 1U HD VERTEX modular patch panel system with a combination of HD VERTEX modules.
Lightweight and pliable assemblies dedicated for non-standard and harsh environment applications. Using a square locked type of stainless steel tube protects the fibres from external influences such as mechanical stress.
Sylex now offers a Fibre to the Desk (FTTD) solution. It is based on a minimal metal holder which is easy to use, features user-friendly installation and fits in most locations, blending into the environment.
In polymer optical fibres (POF), both the fibre core and the cladding are made of polymers. Key advantages of polymer optical fibres are high flexibility (high alternate bending resistance with smaller bending radii) as well as a low cost solution in connecting and transmission technology in comparison with glass optical fibres.
The fibres are getting closer and closer to the chipset. Bringing the data by light to the point where it is centrally processed is one of the main goals of architecture designers. What are the current possibilities for this? Which media types are available? What should one focus on when looking for interconnection solutions? Join in and watch our upcoming webinar to get answers to these questions.