FTTX is a general term for various optical fiber communication networks. Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and Fiber to the Building (FTTB)/ Fiber to the Curb (FTTC) are the major types of FTTX.
Normally, the closer the fiber is to the terminal device, the higher construction cost and channel capacity it will bring. However, it also means a higher return on investment.
Copperled is going to help our global partners to make a trade-off on investment and income with end-to-end FTTX turn-key solutions, including professional network planning and design, various engineering solutions, and custom cable manufacturing, etc.
In the following is further information about fiber to the home solutions, welcome to click on and choose the suitable FTTX network planning and inform us!
FTTH (fiber to the home) means that the fiber goes into each user's room and the optical network terminal (ONT) is installed on the user's desktop.
Significant technical features of FTTH:
Provides higher bandwidth.
The anti-interference and comprehensive service supply capability of the access network are improved.
Because of the small volume of the user-side equipment, the indoor environment is easy to meet the installation requirements of ONT, which simplifies the maintenance and installation.
FTTH adopts a passive network, which can be completely passive from the local end to the user.
Each user can allocate up to 100mbit/s or even higher exclusive bandwidth, providing data, voice, and video services.
FTTx is "fiber to the X", which is the general term of optical access in optical fiber communication. X represents the destination of the optical fiber line. For example, x = H (fiber to the home), x = O (fiber to the office), and x = B (fiber to the building). FTTx technology ranges from office terminal equipment in regional telecom room to user terminal equipment, including optical line terminal (OLT), optical network unit (ONU), and optical network terminal (ONT). According to the different locations of ONU at the user end, FTTx has many types, which can be divided into FTTcab, FTTC, FTTB, FTTH, FTTO, and other service forms.