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Is Splice Better Than Connector for FTTH Drop Cable Installations?

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When designing FTTH network, engineers have to choose the right interconnection solutions for FTTH drop cable. Both splice and connector are widely used for FTTH deployment. To sel

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How to Use Field Assembly Connector?

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The expansion of FTTH application has brought prosperity to the manufacturing of field assembly connectors for fast field termination. This type of connector gains its popularity d

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FTTH Deployment for MDUs

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Today, many people live in MDU (Multi-Dwelling Units) such as apartments, condos and student-housing, especially in the large cities. As the demand for HDTV, video, picture sharing

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FTTH Architecture P2P and PON

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FTTH (Fiber To The Home) has changed a lot in the way we live and work. When planning an installation, many factors should be taken into consideration, such as regulation, implemen

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What You Need to Build Triple Play Network—Data+VoIP+TV

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Driven by the deployment of FTTH, it is really popular for many new houses to be connected to a network that can provide data, telephone and TV services all over Ethernet, which is

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How to Design Your FTTH Network Splitting Level and Ratio?

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In Passive Optical Network (PON), optical splitters play an important role in Fiber to the Home (FTTH) networks by allowing a single PON interface to be shared among many subscribe

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DIY Your Own Smart Home Network

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Internet of Things (IoT) is entering our life gradually, driven by the advanced technology and deployment of FTTH (fiber to the home). Smart home, as an importance part of IoT, all

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Aerial Fiber Optic Cable Installation Guide

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As a kind of insulated cable, the aerial fiber optic cable is suspended in the air from poles and/or support structures. It is often supported between poles by being lashed to a wi

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What Kind of Single-mode Fiber Should You Choose?

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As we all know, multimode fiber is usually divided into OM1, OM2, OM3 and OM4. Then how about single-mode fiber? In fact, the types of single-mode fiber seem much more complex than

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Causes of Mechanical Splice Termination Failures

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FTTH (fiber to the home) has become increasingly popular in optical communication industry. Fiber optic termination, as one of the topics which have never been out of fashion in th

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Lower FTTH Cost and Increase Reliability With Tight Buffer Indoor/Outdoor Cable

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FTTH (Fiber to the Home) network connects a large number of end users to a central point known as an access node to provide the application and services of high speed. The links be

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The Era of Fusion Splicing Is Coming

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As fiber deployment has become mainstream, splicing has naturally crossed from the outside plant (OSP) world into the enterprise and even the data center environment. Fusion splici

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