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Fibre Optic

Working closely with our network partners we are helping to deliver future proof fibre networks across the country.

Complete splicing, testing and commissioning


Fibre Optic

Complete Utilities pledges its commitment to evolve with today’s society with constant research and branching into new projects. One of which is our Fibre and Communications Division.

All work is conducted in accordance with the British Standard BS EN 50174, the European Standard for the planning, implementation and operation of information technology cabling using balanced copper cabling and optical fibre cabling. It is designed to be used in conjunction with EN 50173.

Our highly trained engineers have the following Qualifications: -

  • BTEC Advanced Award in Managing PONs and Air Blown Fibre systems
  • BTEC Advanced Award in Access Networks Systems (Level 3)
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 1 – Basic Principles of Communications Cabling (Mandatory Unit)
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 2 – Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal Environment
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 3 – Fibre Optic Cabling in an External Environment
  • City & Guilds 3667-02 Unit 4 – Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment
  • City & Guilds 6156 Unit 2 New RASWA (Signing, Lighting and Guarding)
  • SWQR Card Holder.

With these qualifications and can-do attitude, we a can produce:

Planning: The evaluation of customers’ requests and needs combined with the best practice to construct a bespoke working network.

Mapping and Design: To create a working network diagram capable of supporting the customer’s requirements.

A Communications network Internal or External: Executing the plan to the highest of standards within the agreed timeframe, using the chosen methods.

Insulation Displacement Connection (IDC)

Direct buried Fibre Optic Cable

Blown Fibre Optic Cable

Fusion Splicing

Once a network is fully constructed, we test the circuit by the means of:

Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR) refers to a backscatter test using an OTDR in order to fully characterise a customer component link fully analysing each link event.

Insertion loss measurement (ILM) carried out using a calibrated and referenced light source and power meter in order to accurately measure attenuation on a customer component link.


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