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What are the Differences between GPON, XG-PON and XGS-PON?

This post highlights what are the differences between GPON, XG-PON and XGS-PON. Please have a look below. SPECIFICATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN 10G GPON AND 10G GPON AND GPON The following table lists the specification differences between the two technologies: Specifications GPON 10G GPON XG-PON XGS-PON Wavelength · Downstream: 1480-1500 nm · · Upstream: 1290-1330 nm · · Downstream: 1575-1580 nm · · Upstream: 1260-1280 nm · · Downstream: 1575-1580 nm · · Upstream: 1260-1280 nm · Center...

What-is-CPE

What is CPE

CPE CPE stands for Customer Premises Equipment. When it comes to telecommunication terminology, any of the telecommunication equipment that is either sold or rented/leased by the official carrier to any of their customers and that equipment is installed in customer’s location is called CPE. CPE is generally used in order to initiate the route between...

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Differences Between PC, APC and UPC Connectors

Hello everyone. Today I will introduce three types of connectors and the differences between them. Let's get started. PC Fiber Optic Connectors PC fiber optic connectors refer to connectors that are polished in physical contact. It is the most common type of polish on OM1 and OM2 multimode fibers. The PC...

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Passive Optical Network vs Active Optical Network

Let me first briefly introduce the two networks. Passive Optical Network (PON) Passive optical network is a pure medium network, which avoids electromagnetic interference and lightning effects of external equipment, reduces the failure rate of lines and external equipment, improves system reliability, and saves maintenance costs. It is a long-term expectation...

Introduce-of-Optical-Module

Introduce of Optical Module

On an optical network, a sender needs to convert electrical signals into optical signals before sending them to a receiver, and the receiver needs to convert received optical signals into electrical signals. An optical module is a component that completes electrical/optical conversion on an optical network.   Optical Module Appearance and...

Wi-Fi technology and application(2)

Immediately after the last article, we continue to discuss the speed and signal problems of WiFi.   Why is your home WiFi signal weak?   It is well known that Wi-Fi signals are mainly transmitted through radio waves, because there will be interference and loss in the air propagation path of wireless signals. What...

Comparison-of-ZTE-C300-Series-Boards

Comparison of ZTE C300 Series Boards

ZTE’s ZXA10 C300 series solution is very threatening to competitors in the global FTTP market. The new ZXA10 C300 platform is one of only a handful of FTTP OLT solutions that supports both standards-based GPON and EPON, not to mention point-to-point active Ethernet (AE) FTTP and 10G EPON. This gives...

Huawei-ONT-Mesh-Network

Huawei ONT – Mesh Network

Today, I would like to introduce you to how to ensure good bandwidth and coverage for broadband users using GPON Huawei equipment. We know that Wi-Fi networks have become a necessity for home networking users, and while home broadband services at 100 Mbit/s and up to 1000 Mbit/s are rapidly...

Bridge Mode and Routing Mode ONT

Bridge Mode and Routing Mode ONT

So today I will briefly introduce the bridging mode and routing mode of ONT, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of these two modes. If you want to know whether the bridge mode or the routing mode is better for the ONT, you must first know their difference. The original function...