Outside plant cabling (also referred to as External Line Plant), whether copper or fiber, is generally installed as aerial cable between poles, in an underground conduit system, or by direct burial. Hardware associated with the outside plant must be either protected from the elements (for example, distribution frames are generally protected by a street side cabinet) or constructed with materials suitable for exposure to the elements.
The cabling used in the outside plant must be protected from electrical disturbances caused by lightning or voltage surges due to electrical shorts or induction.
In civilian telecommunications, outside plant refers to all of the physical cabling and supporting infrastructure (such as conduit, cabinets, tower or poles), and any associated hardware (such as repeaters) located between a demarcation point in a switching facility and a demarcation point in another switching center or customer premises.
BT Technologies Ltd is experienced in this field of Telecommunications cabling and have delivered her services to almost all the Telecommunications companies in Nigeria even to some West African states.
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