Demands for bandwidth are constantly rising. Very soon the required bandwidth on copper pairs will only be applicable on short distances for new and enhanced Internet applications. Optical fibres and their abillity to transmit high bandwidths over long distances are a solution.
Investments in distributing optical fibres to single flats can be reduced by using the already installed infrastructure in multi-tenant buildings.
A network operator can plant a DSLAM in a house to terminate the optical fibre inside the building (FTTB = Fibre-to-the-Building). The DSLAM then connects the subscribers via DSL using the existing telephone cabling.
Each subscriber gets more than 100 Mbps on these short telephone lines using VDSL2 transmission.
So the network operator can offer the full bouquet of modern Triple Play services like broadband Internet, VoIP, Video-on-Demand and Internet television (IPTV) at minimal costs.
MileGate 2011 is a compact Micro-DSLAM to connect subscribers in multi-tenant buildings to the optical fibre network (FTTB). It offers 8 VDSL2 ports for maximum bandwidth over short distances (up to about 100 m).
MileGate 2011 offers optionally a media converter for analogue or digital CATV signals. CATV signals are forwarded parallel to the IP data stream. The Micro-DSLAM transforms the optical CATV signal into an electrical signal and forwards it to the existing in-house coax cables. So the network operator can combine a CATV offer with interactive VoD (Video on Demand) to supply his subscribers with a comprehensive TV programme.
MileGate 2011 can be cascaded to suit larger buildings. The MileGate 2300 can also be used in this case.
MileGate 2011 can be operated as a stand-alone solution or be connected to the MileGate line cards SUEN3/SUEN4.
|Introducing MileGate 2011||2509 KB|
|Data Sheet MileGate 2011 Micro-DSLAM||686 KB|
|Application Note FTTH/FTTB Networks with MileGate||2740 KB|