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Fiber to the Home (FTTH) for Access and Transport
Consumers are pushing the boundaries of network performance. Lifestyles are increasingly digital—always online, everywhere. Service providers deal with this growing demand by deploying more fiber deeper into the network, ultimately bringing it to the customer premises or homes (FTTP/FTTH).
But how do you expand your broadband network while:
- Increasing your speed of deployment
- Reducing overall costs, and
- Preserving quality and performance
Bringing fiber to residential and commercial buildings offers your customers the Wi-Fi, cloud connectivity and 4K video streams they crave. That's why CommScope provides flexible, scalable FTTH solutions backed by decades of experience, successful implementations and proven business results.
Turn to us for accelerated rollouts, simplified installations, streamlined expenses and future-ready network expansions.
See our rural and suburban FTTH solutions for North America.
Brochure: FTTH Solutions with Rural TapsFTTH deployments in areas with low to medium subscriber density can cost significantly more per home passed than in dense urban or MDU (multi-dwelling unit) environments. Taps are optimized for rural FTTH: they reduce costs, improve the business case, and thus help secure project funding.
White Paper: Rural fiber distribution TAP architectureThis white paper explores the tap network architecture to create or expand rural fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) networks.
White Paper: Increasing data traffic requires full spectral window usage in optical single-mode fiber cablesAn open spectral transmission window from 1260nm to 1625nm for data transmission and up to 1650nm for network monitoring is necessary in optical fiber cables to cope with data traffic growth.
White Paper: Optimizing PON architectures maximizes electronics efficienciesWhen deploying a passive optical network (PON), the FTTH architecture chosen affects the cost of active equipment. Placement of optical splitters plays an important role.
White Paper: Miniature outside plant plug-and-play solutionsHardened fiber optic connectors provide a cost effective solution for connecting OSP fiber networks and improve the speed and ROI for connecting residential services.
White Paper: Key technical decisions when planning fiber-to-the-home networksService providers deploying FTTH networks using point-to-multipoint topologies can choose centralized or cascaded splitter configurations, both with their own set of advantages and disadvantages.