Passive Optical Networks (PON) for HFC Access

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10G-EPFM | 10G EPON Fiber Module (EPFM) 10G-EPFM | 10G EPON Fiber Module (EPFM)
10G EPON Fiber Module (EPFM) for the E6000 Converged Edge Router platform
10G-EPFM | 10G EPON Fiber Module (EPFM)
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: EPON fiber module
  • Modules Supported, quantity: 16
10G-EPFM | 10G EPON Fiber Module (EPFM)
  • Product Type: EPON fiber module
  • Modules Supported, quantity: 16
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
FLM | FLM Fiber Link Module FLM | FLM Fiber Link Module
10G EPON Extender Module for Opti Max™ Fiber Nodes in Centralized Access Networks
FLM | FLM Fiber Link Module
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Fiber link module
  • Compatible Products: Opti Max OM2741 | Opti Max OM4100 | Opti Max OM4120 | Opti Max OM6000 | Trans Max hubs
  • Downstream Wavelength (10G EPON): 1575 nm to 1580 nm
  • Upstream Wavelength (1G EPON): 1260 nm to 1280 nm
  • Upstream Wavelength (10G EPON): 1260 nm to 1280 nm
FLM | FLM Fiber Link Module
  • Product Type: Fiber link module
  • Compatible Products: Opti Max OM2741 | Opti Max OM4100 | Opti Max OM4120 | Opti Max OM6000 | Trans Max hubs
  • Downstream Wavelength (10G EPON): 1575 nm to 1580 nm
  • Upstream Wavelength (1G EPON): 1260 nm to 1280 nm
  • Upstream Wavelength (10G EPON): 1260 nm to 1280 nm
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
XE4202 | XE4202 Remote OLT XE4202 | XE4202 Remote OLT
10G EPON Remote OLT module for fiber nodes in a Distributed Access Architecture
XE4202 | XE4202 Remote OLT
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
  • Product Type: Remote OLT
XE4202 | XE4202 Remote OLT
  • Product Type: Remote OLT
  • Regional Availability: Asia | Australia/New Zealand | EMEA | Latin America | North America
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White Paper

Powering PON with HFC, a hybrid for a new generation

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Optimizing PON architectures maximizes electronics efficiencies

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Passive Optical Components

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HFC transformation to FTTP: The role of RFoG, PON and hybrid solutions

  • Brochure: Passive Optical Components

    Service providers and MSOs, get more from your existing fiber infrastructure with integrated passive optical components from CommScope.
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  • White Paper: Optimizing PON architectures maximizes electronics efficiencies

    When deploying a passive optical network (PON), the FTTH architecture chosen affects the cost of active equipment. Placement of optical splitters plays an important role.
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  • Powering PON with HFC, a Hybrid for a New Generation

    In the past 10-15 years, fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) networks have been deployed in many regions of the world. This paper compares the total end-to-end costs and throughput of the most common types of PONs and demonstrates how the HFC node can be used to enable cable operators to deliver HFC and fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) services simultaneously from the same node.
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  • HFC Transformation to FTTP: The Role of RFoG, PON, and Hybrid Solutions

    Description: How long will HFC last? What strategies can be deployed to help extend the life of HFC through this transition period? The authors provide insight into the network capacity requirements over the next 10-20 years and what must happen for a smooth transition. Topics include capacity planning, a DOCSIS 3.1 overview, Hybrid PON, scaling considerations, and more.
    Download
  • Brochure: Passive Optical Components

    Service providers and MSOs, get more from your existing fiber infrastructure with integrated passive optical components from CommScope.
    Download
  • White Paper: Optimizing PON architectures maximizes electronics efficiencies

    When deploying a passive optical network (PON), the FTTH architecture chosen affects the cost of active equipment. Placement of optical splitters plays an important role.
    Download
  • Powering PON with HFC, a Hybrid for a New Generation

    In the past 10-15 years, fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) networks have been deployed in many regions of the world. This paper compares the total end-to-end costs and throughput of the most common types of PONs and demonstrates how the HFC node can be used to enable cable operators to deliver HFC and fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) services simultaneously from the same node.
    Download
  • HFC Transformation to FTTP: The Role of RFoG, PON, and Hybrid Solutions

    Description: How long will HFC last? What strategies can be deployed to help extend the life of HFC through this transition period? The authors provide insight into the network capacity requirements over the next 10-20 years and what must happen for a smooth transition. Topics include capacity planning, a DOCSIS 3.1 overview, Hybrid PON, scaling considerations, and more.
    Download