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FTTX concepts and applications

Visit www. His popular books have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, and Italian. Chapter 1 Access Technologies. Further Reading. Chapter 2 Optical Communications Essentials. Chapter 3 Wavelength-Division Multiplexing. Chapter 4 PON Transceivers. Chapter 5 Passive Optical Components.

Chapter 6 Passive Optical Networks. Chapter 8 Ethernet in the First Mile. Du kanske gillar. Biophotonics Gerd Keiser Inbunden. Inbunden Engelska, Spara som favorit. Skickas inom vardagar. Laddas ned direkt. This book presents fundamental passive optical network PON concepts, providing you with the tools needed to understand, design, and build these new access networks. The logical sequence of topics begins with the underlying principles and components of optical fiber communication technologies used in access networks.

Next, the book progresses from descriptions of PON and fiber-to-the-X FTTX alternatives to their application to fiber-to-the-premises FTTP networks and, lastly, to essential measurement and testing procedures for network installation and maintenance. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.

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Growth in the use of devices with Internet access and migration of telecommunications to IP technology have made the bandwidth demanded by users appear for the first time in a long time a limited resource. Optical fiber is demonstrating to be the solution to this issue based on the capability to provide enough bandwidth to manage large volumes of data at high speed featuring low loss transmission. Passive optical networks PON are presented as an alternative with respect to conventional copper-based access networks due to the use of distribution passive elements, which have a lower maintenance cost as compared to its active counterpart. In addition, the optical fiber capacity provides a future-proof platform to support the forthcoming bandwidth requested in the access segment. Complying with a typical PON power budget, the architecture envisages dynamic wavelength allocation and converged transport of wired and wireless services on an unified optical platform architecture.

The logical sequence of topics begins with the underlying principles and components of optical fiber communication technologies used in access networks. Next, the book progresses from descriptions of PON and fiberto-the-x FTTX alternatives to their application to fiber-to-the-premises FTTP networks and, lastly, to essential measurement and testing procedures for network installation and maintenance. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department. Next, the book progresses from descriptions of PON and fiber-to-the-x FTTX alternatives to their application to fiber-to-the-premises FTTP networks and, lastly, to essential measurement and testing procedures for network installation and maintenance. This book presents fundamental passive optical network PON concepts, providing readers with the tools needed to understand, design, and build these new access networks. A wealth of practical material and special features enables readers to grasp the differences among the major types of PON architectures and identify the pros and cons of FTTX alternatives, including: A detailed overview of optical cables, passive components, and transceivers needed to implement FTTP networks Illustrations of FTTP implementation criteria in different categories of neighborhoods, optical power budget analysis for network designs, and options for supplying electrical power to customer equipment Discussions of FTTP cable plan implementations, including cabling interfaces and enclosures in the central office, cables and equipment enclosures in the outside plant, and optical cable installation procedures Descriptions of measurement techniques and troubleshooting guidelines for verifying that networks have been configured properly An accompanying Web site provides a free downloadable interactive FTTP network simulation tool. This educational program provides readers with practical hands-on experience with FTTP networks.

FTTX Concepts and Applications By Gerd Keiser

The logical sequence of topics begins with the underlying principles and components of optical fiber communication technologies used in access networks. Next, the book progresses from descriptions of PON and fiberto-the-x FTTX alternatives to their application to fiber-to-the-premises FTTP networks and, lastly, to essential measurement and testing procedures for network installation and maintenance. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department. Next, the book progresses from descriptions of PON and fiber-to-the-x FTTX alternatives to their application to fiber-to-the-premises FTTP networks and, lastly, to essential measurement and testing procedures for network installation and maintenance.

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Keiser Published Computer Science. This book presents fundamental passive optical network PON concepts, providing you with the tools needed to understand, design, and build these new access networks. The logical sequence of topics begins with the underlying principles and components of optical fiber communication technologies used in access networks.

Visit www. His popular books have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, and Italian. Chapter 1 Access Technologies.

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  1. Kaori G.

    This book presents fundamental passive optical network (PON) concepts, providing you with the tools needed to understand, design, and build.

  2. Almendra S.

    FTTX concepts and applications / by Gerd Keiser. p. cm. — (Wiley series in telecommunications and signal processing). “A Wiley-Interscience publication.”.

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