Significance of FTTH in the Society

Active Ethernet Network

A FTTH/FTTB Active Ethernet Network consists of a Central Office (CO) connecting to the Customer Premises Equipment (CPE).

Active Ethernet Networks use a point-to-point architecture in which each end customer is connected to the Central Office (CO) on a dedicated fibre.

Passive Optical Network

A FTTH /FTTB Passive Optical Network consists of an optical line terminal (OLT) at the service provider’s central office and a number of optical network units (ONUs) near end-users.
Passive Optical Networks use point-to-multipoint fibre connections to the customer premises. The use of passive optical splitters enables the CO to serve multiple customers from one single port.



SFP Single Fibre Downstream/Upstream :
By using wavelength multiplexing (WDM), these transceivers allow a bi-directional communication on a single fibre.

Compact SFP :
Increase CO port density by combining two single fibre transceivers into one SFP form factor.
In addition, the Compact SFP will significantly reduce the overall power consumption at the CO side.

Transceiver (layer 1) designed for OLT/ONU available in class B+ and C+.

GPON Stick :
Complete ONU (layer 2) embedded in a SFP form factor; compatible with major vendor’s OLT, available in class B+. It performs conversion between GPON and Ethernet protocols.

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