FTTB: Connecting multi-dwelling buildings efficiently
It’s often difficult and costly to bridge the last few metres in multi-dwelling buildings with optical fibre when bringing high-speed connections to customers. What’s more ONT (Optical Network Termination) can’t usually be installed by end customers themselves but require the network operator’s engineers.
The connection of multi-dwelling buildings with optical fibre (FTTB – Fibre-To-The-Building) and G.fast via copper wire pairs on the final metres to the end customer’s premise is an ideal solution regarding data rates. It combines the advantages of optical fibre with the existing copper-based access technology.
Optical network units (ONU) MileGate 2012 and MileGate 2112 provide almost 1 Gbps (combined upstream/downstream totals). That is fibre-like speed at copper access deployment conditions.
|MileGate 2012|| |
MileGate 2012 enables ultra broadband. To connect subscribers, MileGate 2012 provides eight G.fast interfaces. Fibre-like data rates are achieved via the copper pair of the existing inhouse cabling.
|MileGate 2112|| |
MileGate 2112 provides 16 G.fast interfaces