Professional Manufacturer of Fiber Optic Products

Professional Manufacturer/Supplier of fiber optic products

MPO/MTP Data Center


Anfkom Telecom is a professional manufacturer/supplier of fiber optic products in China, our major products include FTTH ODN Solution, Fiber Optic Components, Fiber Optic Cable, MPO/MTP Products, Active Fiber Product and fiber optic accessories etc.

More than 10 years fiber manufacture and export experiences, our products have been approved by big customers and serve customers from all over the world, such as South Africa、Argentina、Thailand、India、USA、Germany、France、Korea、Italy、Spain、Poland、Russia etc.


Global Business

We offer our customers from around the world to maintain a very good communication and product support services.

Efficient Logistics

Our long-term cooperation with the world's leading logistics and express companies, can ensure that the goods delivered in the shortest time.

Friendly Support

To provide a quick reliable, responsive and cost effective service, in order to meet the needs of our end customers.

Secure Transaction

Anfkom is the professional team for fiber optic products, we have more than 10 years experience in the telecom trade.

New Products

Anfkom have develop many new products according to customer's requirements.

Famous Customers

Anfkom have be approved by big customers,like UK Telecom,India Telecom,Spain Telecom etc.


Sales into 100 countries world-wide and approved by Big Customers,like UK Telecom and India Telecom



Fiber Optic Splitter or WDM?

As a beginner, it is always confused by Fiber optic splitter and WDM. It looks similar, but actually it is totally different thing. Definition: Fiber Optic Splitter: It is an integrated waveguide optic power distribution device that can split an incident light beam into two or more light beams, and vice versa, containi ... + Read more

FTTH Fast connector

The optical fiber fast connector is also called the field assembled connector or Fast Install connector. Just with simple tools, you can add these connectors to the optical cable on site in a short time. Fiber Splicing as an important part in the construction of FTTH, it increased largely as the quick development of th ... + Read more

Most Common Problems During Grinding & Polishing of Fiber Optic Connector

Why Grinding & Polishing? As one of the most important optical passive components in optical fiber system, optical fiber connector requires lower insertion loss and higher return loss in performance to improve the reliability of optical fiber transmission system. To evaluate the quality of optical fiber connectors, ... + Read more

What is the difference between MTP and MPO?

The MPO connector is defined by IEC-61754-7, “Fibre optic interconnecting devices and passive components – Fibre optic connector interfaces – Part 7: Type MPO connector family” and TIA-604-5-D, “Fiber Optic Connector Intermateability Standard, Type MPO”. The MTP is a registered trademark of US Conec. Which ... + Read more

dB or dBm?

The actual equation used to calculate dB when the power is measured in watts is: dB = 10 log (measured power / reference power). It can be expressed more simply: dB = measured power(dB) – reference power (dB)   the table below shows the ratio of power for dB differences in power: dB (gain) Power ratio dB ... + Read more

IEC & ITU Regarding Optical Fiber

Description IEC ITU Document ID(IEC) Multimode graded index optical fiber cable A1a G651.1 60793-2-10 Non-dispersion shifted single mode fiber B1.1 G652A/B       60793-50 Cut-off wavelength shift single mode fiber B1.2–A/B1.2-C G654B/C Non-dispersion-shifted single-mode fiber with extend ... + Read more

Difference Between OS1 and OS2 Fiber

The easiest points to remember are OS1 is for Indoor / Tight Buffered cable; OS2 is for Outdoor / Loose Tube cable.  I believe the confusion has arisen as OS2 grade fibre (as in 250um) has been used in the former, but once the 900um tight buffer is applied and it’s manufactured into a cable and stresses have been ... + Read more

Difference Between OM1, OM2, OM3, OM4

Multimode fibers are identified by the OM (“optical mode”) designation as outlined in the ISO/IEC 11801 standard. OM1, for fiber with 200/500 MHz*km overfilled launch (OFL) bandwidth at 850/1300nm (typically 62.5/125um fiber) OM2, for fiber with 500/500 MHz*km OFL bandwidth at 850/1300nm (typically 50/125um fiber) OM3, ... + Read more





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