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Overview

Fiber to the x (FTTx) is a generic term for any broadband network architecture that uses optical fiber to replace all or part of the usual metal local loop used for last mile telecommunications.

The general term originated as a generalization of several configurations of fiber deployment (FTTH, FTTC, FTTB, and FTTH) all starting by FTT but differentiated lay the last letter, which is substituted by an X in the generalization.

FTTH (Fiber To The Home) is a form of fiber optic communication delivery in which the fiber extends from the central office to the subscribers living or working space, once at the subscriber living or working space, the signal may be conveyed throughout the space using any means, including twisted wire, coaxial cable, wireless, power line communication or optical fiber.

FTTH

Under the unceasing emergence of new broadband application, pressure on access networks will continue to increase. The broadband business represented by high – speed internet service, TV & teleconference, videophone service, selective video program, IPTV, online games, long distance education and medical services will be quickly developed.

The traditional access model can no larger meet the users ever increasing ICT needs however with its bandwidth reaching up to 20m- 100 mbps, FTTH can support multiple services at the same time, its significant technological characteristics not only provide longer bandwidth, but also enhance the network transparency for the data format, ratio, efficiency, wavelength and the network agreement, simplifying maintenance and installation.

Together along with technologic maturity and practically costs are further lowered to a more sustainable level for households, the trend for FTTH is irresistible.

 


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