PLC Splitter

PLC splitter, also called Planar Waveguide Circuit splitter, is a device used to divide one or two light beams to multiple light beams uniformly or combine multiple light beams to one or two light beams. … PLC splitter provides a low-cost light distribution solution with high stability and reliability. PLCs are manufactured using silica glass waveguide circuits that are aligned with a v-groove fiber array chip that uses ribbon fiber. Once everything is aligned and bonded, it is then packaged inside a miniature housing. PLC splitters have high quality performance,…

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Function of OLT

An OLT (optical line terminal), also known as optical line termination, acts as the endpoint hardware device in a passive optical network. The OLT contains a central processing unit (CPU), passive optical network cards, a gateway router (GWR) and a voice gateway (VGW) uplink cards. It can transmit a data signal to users at 1490 nanometers (nm). That signal can serve up to 128 ONTs at a range of up to 12.5 miles by using optical splitters. The Features of OLT : The OLT sends data to the ONU, initiates and…

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Basic Information of Modem & ONT

ONT stands for Optical Network Terminal of Modem and ONT The ONT (also called the modem) connects to the Termination Point (TP) with an optical fibre cable. It connects to your router via a LAN / ethernet cable and translates light signals from the fibre optic line from your TP into electronic signals that your router can read.  Modem is short for MOdulator/DEModulator and is only used for three device classes: telephone modems, DSL modems, and cable modems (thx Cody). These modulate digital data on to voice-grade phone lines or (possibly former)…

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