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The bandwidth demand in the access network has been increasing rapidly over the past several years. Passive optical networks (PONs), as the most economical FTTx architecture that needs no power supply, have evolved to provide much higher bandwidth in the access … Continue reading
Introduction The emerging interest in fiber to the home (FTTH) networks has swept over the whole telecommunication industry. With continuing demand for more bandwidth, telecom service providers have begun to deploy optical fiber deeper into the network and closer to … Continue reading
FiberStore news, the Chinese traditional fiber optic connector manufacturers not fared well in 2013, according to statistics, in the first quarter shipments of fiber optic connectors for FTTH “cold junction” decreased nearly 80% compared to 2012, which is regarded as technical … Continue reading
A fiber optic cable is a cable containing one or more optical fibers in a single cable, is a particularly popular technology for local-area networks. Fiber optic cable is composed of microscopic strands of glass. Information in the form of bytes of … Continue reading