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With the increasing demands for bandwidth, FTTH (Fiber to the Home) is considered as a next-generation technology for delivering more bandwidth, reliability, flexibility and security to end-users. PON (Passive Optical Network) is the main structure of FTTH network which can … Continue reading
With the growing popularity of FTTH (Fiber to the Home) in recent years, the term “FTTH” has caused people’s attentions. In many small places, there still use copper network. Even if there is FTTH, it is very expensive for use. … Continue reading
PON (Passive Optical Network) architecture is commonly used for FTTx (Fiber to the x, x=home, curb, building…) networks because it employs optical splitters to deliver signals to multiple users without conversion or intervention. This reduces the cost of the system … Continue reading
Look at the picture on the left. Do you know the “black box” on the ground? Yes, many people who work with FOC (fiber optic cable) may be very familiar with it. It is called fiber optic splice closure, or … Continue reading
Differently from GPON, WDM-PON needs one optical interface per user not only in the ONU but additionally in the OLT. Because of this, optical interface technologies are a key in implementing a cost-effective WDM-PON. A trivial method of realizing a … Continue reading