“Fiber-to-the-Home” is defined as a communications architecture in which the final connection to the subscriber’s premises is Optical Fiber. The fiber optic communication path is terminated on or in the premise for the purpose of providing multiple communications to a subscriber or many subscribers. In order to be classified as FTTH, the access fiber must cross the subscriber’s premises boundary and terminate. inside the premises, or on an external wall of the subscriber’s premises, or. not more than 2m from an external wall of the subscriber’s premises
FTTH services generally deliver several applications such as data, voice and video, popularly known as “Triple-play Service”
Passive Optical Network (PON) Architecture: It is called Point to Multi Point (P2M). PON is a point to multipoint (P2M) network. Each customer is connected into the optical network via a passive optical splitter, therefore, no active electronics in the distribution network and bandwidth is shared from the feeder to the drop. The advantage of FTTH PON is the fact that they use purely optical passive components that can withstand severe and demanding outside plant environment conditions without the need to consumer energy between in the central office exchange and the customer premises. The benefit to telecom operators is that low maintenance requirements of these passive optical components will significantly reduce of the cost of upgrades and operating expenditures. Passive systems utilize a common shared connection with the centralized electronics. PON architecture uses unidirectional splitters. PON FTTH solutions are driven by two key standards: FSAN/ITU and EFMA/IEEE, and solutions can be built with either standard. The PON architecture can reduce the cable cost as it enables sharing of each fiber by many users.
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solution based on robust and oriented graphs and advanced optimization algorithms.
Google Street API for Surveys.
This layer (INPUT) defines the Urbanization Plan of the Area and the Urbanization Plan Paths UPP. We provide a ready to use UPA with different formats: Google Earth (KML, KMZ), MAPS (Export; CSV or XLSX), AutoCAD (DXF). In our Project Builder Process, you can buy or ask for one or more formats. In the same layer, the UPP can be also added to the Output files. The PBP gives options of the integration’s degree of the UPP.
The solution takes into considerations different technical aspects:
Access Nodes Definitions (AN): the project can support more than single NA, and multiple telecom operators.
Derivation Nodes (DN): the user can define the DN against the architecture, change it if necessary. The affectation is dynamic, the user can define which type of DN is used (Entry Box, Telecom Room A/B, Floor telecom space, Roof-top telecom room, floor distribution box, indoor cabinet…).
Local Sites: it includes all types of local (single villa, compounds, buildings, malls, industrial….). The site can be defined with variable number of users. Every user has its studied and optimized link.
Lines: the line represents the cable path. It can be defined with high level of flexibility: cables, trenches and ducts. The solution gives the line with different combinations related to the desired options of the project.
The solution is based on oriented paths optimization. Lengths can be used as the weight graph. In this case the results are based on shortest paths. In addition, the application can integrate other kinds of graph weights like, budget constraints, capacity level of equipment or sites etc.
The report, also, presents the labeling affectation of all elements.
Our solution integrates a powerful algorithm that calculate instantly the average capacities of all equipment and all sites. Capacities allow the user to have an eye on the level saturation of elements.
The final report gives a global overview of all elements of the project.
In all nodes, sites and lines, the solution integrates the different equipment, devices, cables that could be used in the project. We have a large database with most standard and common equipment for optical networks.
In addition of passive (Splitters) and active devices (OLT, SFP, SWITCHES…), the user can add splices, connectors, patches, pigtails in the design of the project.
The final result takes into consideration all these elements. Also, our study gives numerical results for three wavelengths. Results are given with the interval of tolerance obtained by considering the uncertainty of each element of the architecture.
The results are given with tables that can be directly confronted with the OTDR measurements obtained after installation. Results can be directly reported and compared in the main technical report of the project.
Display all affected equipment in current link and simulate OTDR trace. Simulation takes into consideration uncertainty of all equipment and gives tolerance interval for link’s budget.
User can setup or edit survey information for selected site based on Google Street Views.
User can find and display nearest sites to his current location.