6. FTTA CPRI Patch Cord

FTTA CPRI Patch Cord Factory

Fibconet offers industry-standard CPRI patch cords, specifically designed for outdoor waterproof conditions and widely used in FTTA (Fiber to the Antenna), base centers and other demanding applications.

Our FTTA CPRI patch cords can deliver exceptional performance and reliability for TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, CDMA2000, Wimax, 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G base station BBU-RRU outdoor setups.

Unleash the Potential of FTTA Architecture

With FTTA, the traditional heavy coax cabling is replaced by optical fiber, running all the way up the tower. This innovative wireless site architecture offers superior performance and efficiency.

At Fibconet, we provide FTTA cables that are built to excel in this environment. It features duplex Base Station Far Transmission fiber cable, ensuring optimal connectivity and seamless transmission.

Durability and Performance

Our FTTA patch cables craft with meticulous attention to detail. With a diameter of either 7.0mm or 4.8mm, indoor/outdoor fiber patch cord is compact yet robust. They have water-blocking aramid yarns and a UV-resistant LSZH jacket, ensuring their resilience in challenging outdoor conditions.

Flexible and Scalable Solutions

Fibconet fiber counts range from 1/2/4 up to 12 and 24 fibers. We also offer hybrid options, allowing for the integration of 2 or more DC cords within the same cable.

The multicore configuration can be assembled with a full breakout cable or loose tube, providing a compact and lightweight cable solution.

Features and Benefits at a Glance

  • Compact cable design compared to corrugated cables, saving space and reducing clutter
  • Lightweight construction, offering significant weight reduction compared to traditional solutions
  • Low attenuation for high-quality signal transmission
  • Easy and efficient installation, reducing labor and time requirements
  • Enhanced energy efficiency, leading to substantial energy savings

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