Network Simulation Module for Fiber-Optics

LAKE OSWEGO, OR,-- Timbercon, Inc., an industry leader in the supply and manufacturing of custom fiber optic products and solutions, introduces the 250 km network simulation module designed as a platform for improved testing and measurement of fiber networks, test equipment and optical sub-systems requiring extended fiber channel lengths.

The Timbercon 250 km network simulation module is the longest single-chassis network simulation module on the market, requiring less physical rack space requirements and eliminating the daisy chaining of multiple modules together, necessary to achieve longer length simulation channels.

"The 250 km network simulation module has been developed as a solution for applications requiring extended distance fiber links," mentioned John J. Lee, vice president at Timbercon, Inc. "Using traditional network simulation boxes, it may take several boxes daisy chained together to achieve the same distance available in a single 250km Timbercon network simulation module."

The module is available with any number of channels and a variety of fiber and connector types. For shorter fiber length requirements, Timbercon offers network simulation modules in lengths from 100 m to 200 km.

All Timbercon network simulation modules are highly customizable, allowing each module to be designed and built to emulate virtually any network or scenario. Specific events at defined locations (distances), multiple connection types, multiple channels with varied lengths or a combination of all are increasingly sought after options.

About Timbercon, Inc.
Founded in 1997, Timbercon, Inc. is a fiber optic product assembly and manufacturing company providing a vast array of connectivity solutions to the data storage, telecommunications, military, industrial, broadcast and networking industries. In addition to standard fiber optic patch cords and attenuated test cables, Timbercon has pioneered multiple new proprietary products, many of which are now considered to be an industry benchmark. Additional company information is available at the Web site.

Timbercon Contact
Sean Gitt
(P) 503.827.8141
[email protected]

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