How Fiber Optic Cable is made
Have you ever wondered how fiber optic cable is made? Basically it’s made of extremely pure glass, just a little thicker than human hair. Using fibers instead of metal wire allows for much faster speeds and longer distances. Data travels roughly two thirds the speed of light through the glass cable. Fiber is also more durable and does not degrade signal because of time or weather. Watch the video below to see how it’s made!
- Since 1905, KCTC has helped the Kalona community stay connected with the latest advancements in clear, dependable telecommunications services. As a local provider, KCTC offers an expanding array of communications options along with responsive, personal service. KCTC customers now enjoy Fiber-to-the-Home technology, delivering the latest in home entertainment and Internet access right to the customer’s door.