How Optic Fibre Arrives Home
In the optical access network, there are FTTH (Fibre To The Home), FTTB (Fibre To The Building), FTTC (Fibre To The Curb) fibre to the roadside, FTTSA (Fibre To The Service Area) and so on. FTTH refers to the direct connection of optical fibre to the ONU in end user’s home from the carrier’s OLT server room.
The charm of fibre-to-the-home FTTH network is that it has a huge bandwidth. In addition, it is the best solution to the bottleneck phenomenon of the “last mile” from the Internet backbone to the user’s desktop
Fibre Optic Home Wiring Solution
When optical fibres arrives the roadside of townhouses, it still need distribution and wiring before end users can access it in every household. The residential solution is the last step for the whole FTTH, for the optical cable getting inside of user’s home.
HOC residential solution combines all outdoor and indoor fibre optic cable and equipment required, including ftth drop cable, terminal box, multimedia box, optical faceplate, and fibre patch cable. Optical fibre is directly connected to user’s home, and its bandwidth, wavelength and transmission technology are not restricted. Therefore, it is suitable for introducing various new services.