Barden Network Engineering are fully equipped to provide all of the following telecommunication services:
An essential requirement for carrying out FTTP installations. During this survey, the supervisor will be able to observe all environmental situations that require special attention. The proposed placing route will be evaluated for its suitability to support the planned installation procedure. One of the main objectives of the survey is to discover all potential pitfalls in the proposed installation operation so a suitable and sufficient final method will be adopted.
Quality planning is key to building Britain’s connected future. Whenever BNE construct the telecommunication infrastructure for our customers,we must follow all of the planning regulations and any other requirements before commencing any work activity. If we get any of this wrong, we risk alienating the local authorities, our customers and creating unnecessary delays in our delivery.
Civil activities are required to create a telecommunications infrastructure below ground level. Activities are only carried out when correctly planned and authorised, these activities are completed by trained and competent civil engineers.
Part of the process for fibre optic or copper cable installation is the route that is planned, this can be either underground (UG) through duct’s and joint boxes or overhead (OH) spanning between poles, or a mixture of both.
Fibre optic splicing involves joining two fibre optic cables together. The other, more common method of joining fibres is called termination or connectorization.There are two methods of fibre optic splicing, fusion splicing and mechanical splicing.
Mechanical splicing uses a small, mechanical splice that permanently joins the two optical fibres.Fibre optic cable mechanical splices are available for single-mode or multi-mode fibres.
Testing is used to evaluate the performance of the fibre optic components, testing confirms their performance specifications and correct implementation.
Commissioning a fibre-optic installation involves a series of steps that are taken to prove that the system meets the specified requirements. The requirements can be a series of specifications from the manufacturer of the system or the owner of the installation.
An audit identifies the physical characteristics of your existing fibre optic infrastructure.This process is carried out by BNE and our customers, it is part of the pre and post-commissioning stage, audits will identify defects with installation standards, they help to eliminate potential issues before the end-user has gone live.
Openreach accredited courses enable the trainee to become proficient in Openreach specific requirements. BNE and our customers can be assured that their engineers are provided with the necessary training, skills, information, instruction and supervision to work on the telecommunications network.