FOA Reference Guide to Fiber Optics: Study Guide to FOA Certification

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Updated January 2014.
This book is an guide to the design and installation of fiber optic cabling networks. It was written as a reference book for instructors and students in classes aimed at FOA CFOT certification as well as a reference for anyone working in the field. This book offers expansive coverage on the components and processes of fiber optics as used in all applications and installation practices. A complete curriculum for teaching fiber optics is available from FOA. ...
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Overview

Updated January 2014.
This book is an guide to the design and installation of fiber optic cabling networks. It was written as a reference book for instructors and students in classes aimed at FOA CFOT certification as well as a reference for anyone working in the field. This book offers expansive coverage on the components and processes of fiber optics as used in all applications and installation practices. A complete curriculum for teaching fiber optics is available from FOA. Student Notes and Lab Manuals are available on CreateSpace.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439253878
  • Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
  • Publication date: 9/4/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 370,769
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

Jim Hayes is a co-founder and
President of The Fiber Optic Association, Inc., the professional society of fiber optics. He is also a partner in VDV Works, a company that provides tech support to the voice-data-video industry and training and technical content for instructors and schools and technical consulting in communications. Originally educated as a physicist and astronomer at Vanderbilt
University and The University of California at Santa
Cruz, Jim has been involved with the electronics,
communications and instrumentation industry since 1968.
Since 1980, he has been involved with fiber optics and communications. Jim was founder and President of Fotec,
Inc., the Boston-based fiber optic test equipment company which was sold to Fluke Networks in 2001. While at Fotec, he started the Fiber U and Cable U training conferences. Jim is a frequent lecturer on communications, writes monthly columns for Electrical
Contractor and TED (The Electrical Distributor,) is the author of three books, The FOA Reference Guide to Fiber
Optics, The Fiber Optic Technicians Manual and Data,
Voice and Video Cabling as well as numerous articles on fiber optics and cabling. His cabling curriculum is used by several hundred schools worldwide. In 2003, Jim was selected as one of the "luminaries" of the fiber optic industry by FPN magazine. In 2007, he was chosen one of the Top Ten Pioneers in fiber to the premises by
Broadband Properties magazine.
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