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Wrapping up the month with an on-site calibration in New Hampshire 📍
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Today we honor and remember all those who have served our country - Thank you
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Today (yes, on April Fool's Day) Legacy Fiberoptics, Inc. is celebrating our 14th year in business. 🥳

We can't thank our loyal customers and dedicated staff for the last 14 successful years; here's to 14 more❗️
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Today’s office view performing Fiber Characterization 🏙

From Our Blog:

Legacy Fiberoptics, Inc. becomes East Coast Service Center for Anritsu

3/24/2021 Test Leader Expands Relationship with Legacy Fiberoptics as Part of Commitment to Provide Customers with Optimum Support Allen, TX – March 24, 2021 – Anritsu Company announces that it has named Legacy Fiberoptics as an authorized service center for select Anritsu handheld RF test instruments. The agreement expands a long-term successful relationship between the companies and allows…

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Fiber Characterization Team Completes 46 Span Project

Our Fiber Characterization engineers have been out on the road doing what they do best; testing 46 spans of a high speed fiber optic network. The project took approximately 6 weeks to complete; taking our team through 12 states and driving approximately 3000 miles. Our time on the road took us through major city POP…

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Strategic Advantages of Sub-Contracting Trace Analysis

We talk to a lot of contractors about fiber optic testing.  One scenario we frequently encounter is contractors bidding work while only accounting for the time spent  in the field splicing and testing. For one reason or another contractors seldom recognize the time required for  trace analysis. A recent white paper released by a major…

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Cleaning is paramount!

Over the years we have received many pieces of damaged test equipment, tech support calls, and bad looking traces with one thing in common: contaminated connectors. Cleaning fiber optic connectors isn’t optional it’s critical!   Over 80 percent of all issues in fiber optic networks can be traced back to contaminated or damaged connectors. In this…

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