Passive Optical Components: Optical Circulator

In order to meet the growing demand of communication efficiency, we always apply optical circulator in a fiber optic system because the optical circulator minimizes the loss of light. An optical circulator is a device used in optical communications systems, which can be used to separate optical signals that travel in opposite directions in an […]

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Viable Alternative for Next Generation FTTH – WDM-PON

Introduction In recent years, most of the FTTH deployments have been based on industry standard technologies such as Gigabit Ethernet Passive Optical Network (GEPON) and Gigabit PON (GPON). The success of these deployments has led to significant innovation in both system architecture and the components that are used t o build these systems, and the […]

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FTTX PON – the Replacement of Copper Network

Introduction FTTX (Fiber-To-The-X) is know as different Passive Optical Network (PON) configurations which can be used to describe any optical fiber network that replaces all or part of a copper network. It is different from the traditional fiber optic network used for Local Area Network (LAN) applications. A key difference between FTTX and the traditional […]

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Passive and Active Network Fundamentals

Today we have access to more information than ever before. We live in a digital world and bandwidth is what makes a digital world happen. Aging copper networks are being taxed by residential and business customers. However, Passive Optical Network (PON) such as Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) are increasingly being deployed to meet the current and future […]

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