South Plainfield, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/16/2017 -- Radiant Communications Corporation is well-known in the telecommunications industry for providing superior equipment, including MPEG2 encoders and fiber patch panels. Having reliable equipment is essential to ensure that the system continues to operate smoothly, even when it is exposed to the elements. Fiber patch panels come in an array of sizes and formats to adapt to both RFoG and PON style networks.
The fiber patch panels from Radiant Communications Corporation are available as either wall mounted units or rack mounted units. They can accommodate anywhere from 12 to 96 cables depending on the size of the network. These durable structures are built to last, made from heavy duty metal and painted with a multi-step procedure to protect them from damage. With available features like splicing pigtails and fiber optic jumpers, these cabinets can easily be suited to meet the needs of any network. Customers can also choose to add a rack card cage or splice tray for added convenience. These units are internally powered and have the option for a redundant power supply.
Fiber patch panels provide superior cable management for any network, whether it is an RFoG setup or a PON setup. Planned communities and MDU's that need local video insertion will find fiber patch panels to be an effective and economical solution for their networking needs. Radiant Communications Corporation's technology allows customers to cut down on unnecessary fibers in their network for a more streamlined PON.
Anyone who needs efficient and dependable telecommunications equipment, including MPEG 2 encoders, can turn to Radiant Communications Corporation. To learn more, or to receive a free estimate, visit https://rccfiber.com/ or call 888-412-0124.
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.