South Plainfield, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/09/2017 -- Businesses looking to create an FTTH (fiber to the home) setup can count on Radiant Communications Corporation for all of their equipment needs. Hospitals, apartment complexes, hotels, retirement centers, and more can benefit from upgrading their existing equipment to incorporate fiber optic technology. With transmission speeds that far outrank traditional copper cables, fiber networks will vastly improve any building's telecommunications.
One essential component for an FTTH setup is an encoder. Radiant Communications Corporation offers the QRF5000MFX series of encoders for both Passive Optical Networks (PON) and Radio Frequency over Glass (RFoG). This plug-and-play device is simple for anyone to use. In addition, it works with the existing equipment, which significantly reduces the cost of upgrading the system. The QRF-5000 also functions in both single node and multiple node applications.
For customers running a PON, or for those who want to upgrade to a fiber optic network, Radiant Communications Corporation has all the necessary devices needed to set it up, including high-quality fiber optic cables. These cables have been tested to withstand both indoor and outdoor environments. A multitude of cables is available to meet different needs, including simplex cables, duplex cables, and premise multifiber cables. The company also includes breakout cables for ease of connection.
Businesses who are ready to make the switch to fiber optic transmission or who want to improve components of their existing system are encouraged to check out the many quality products from Radiant Communications Corporation. To learn more, visit the company's website at https://rccfiber.com/.
About Radiant Communications Corporation
Radiant Communications Corporation designs and manufactures products that transport data, audio, and video signals through Ethernet cables, fiber optics, and the Internet. Their systems are used throughout the world by a variety of television networks and telecommunication firms, as well as government and private institutes. Founded in 1985, they have created technology that has been used at the New York Stock Exchange, the 1998 Winter Olympics, and a variety of airports. Their staff works closely with the client in designing a product and provide technical support throughout its lifespan.