This involves distribution of fibre using a range of cables supported on poles or other tower infrastructure. The main benefits are the use of existing pole infrastructure to link customers, avoiding the need to dig roads to bury cables or new ducts. Existing ducts may be congested or access may be restricted and costly (i.e. way leaves). Aerial cables are relatively quick and easy to install, using hardware and practices already familiar to local

Necessary main elements

• Poles and fittings to support the cables
• Aerial cables
• Branch off closures



In the field of air cable networks Elektroimber is your experienced partner. We supply complete solutions for new buildings, houses, extensions or replacement of cables. The cable type does not matter whether copper, optical fiber, OPGW (Optical Fiber Ground Wires) or OPPC (Optical Fiber Phase Conductor). Also mounting under difficult conditions with crane operation is no problem.



We take over the complete coordination of your project, from the management planning to assembly to the final inspection. In the following pictures you can see Elektroimber working under heavy conditions for Telecommunication operator Vipnet Ltd. The following pictures were taken in Zagreb, Dubrava where Vipnet Ltd recently started building air optical distribution network.


The poles to which the optical cable is going to be attached could already exist and have other cables already attached to them. Indeed, the pre-existence of the pole-route could be a key reason for the choice of this type of infrastructure, particularly if it avoids road digging for the installation of new ducts. Adding cables will add to the loading on the poles, so it is important to check the condition of the poles and their total loading capability.