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Durable protection from natural and mechanical damage

When installing cable underground, choosing CommScope conduit not only protects your cable from moisture, chemicals and rocky soil — it also facilitates new cable installation or cable replacement at a later date.

Made of durable, high-density polyethylene (HDPE), our ConQuest® conduit is available with an embedded tone wire, in smooth wall or ribbed design — among other options.

  • Superior resistance to cracking or shattering 
  • Excellent UV protection when used as ground riser 
  • Lower coefficient of friction than PVC stick pipe 
  • Continuous lengths allow for faster installation 

Application Note: ConQuest Toneable Conduit Coupling

From separating the tone wire correctly, to cutting the conduit at the correct spot, the ConQuest Toneable application note guides a user through the installation of toneable conduit.
Publish Date: November 15, 2016
Region: Global

ConQuest® Conduit Construction Manual

The CommScope ConQuest conduit applications and construction manual provides an overview of the different types of conduits used in broadband applications. The manual reviews handling and receiving of shipments, installation practices, pulling cable into conduit, aerial installations and much more.
Publish Date: February 13, 2017
Region: Global

Oct 7, 2015

Hey SCTE, Welcome to the New CommScope!

The story remains the same for broadband and multi-system operators: how do they keep up with customer demand while maintaining network quality? Operators need solutions from a partner who can provide more innovation, global solutions and scale to solve all their network challenges. Joseph Depa explains how the recent acquisition of Broadband Network Solutions business from TE Connectivity better positions CommScope to offer such solutions, which will be on display during the upcoming SCTE Cable-Tec Expo.
Jan 6, 2015

Cable Television and Broadband Ready for a Strong 2015

In 2015, network evolution will continue to vary from operator to operator. Ric Johnsen outlines several key factors that will continue to drive broadband and cable operators’ needs to evolve their networks.
Dec 11, 2014

Fiber-To-The-Anywhere Space

The North American market is primed to take advantage of microduct and microcables in the outside plant, extending bandwidth capabilities in a scalable approach. Chris Gemme explains how network operators must balance cost issues with the seemingly insatiable demand for data over their networks.
Oct 29, 2014

Home Connections: Coax is Now, Fiber for Future

Operators must keep up with data demand to keep up with video services and mobile devices accessing their networks. Network evolution from an HFC platform to a converged optical platform will vary from operator to operator, but they will need to consider the flexibility of allowing for deployment of coaxial now or later with fiber deployment now or later. In this blog, James Donovan explains how Infrastructure Academy students will learn the core competency of drop coaxial cabling.