Fast, low latency and high-capacity information communications are growing rapidly in the world, which also increases the demand for millions of Internet users and customers for cheap high-speed access. FTTH is one of the most important technologies in today's and tomorrow's networks because it not only increases bandwidth access, but also reduces equipment and maintenance costs while significantly improving service quality.
FTTH box deployment requires a lot of planning and elements from the access node to the user's place. There are two basic elements in a fiber-optic network: An Optical Line Terminal (OTL) located at the ISP side and an Optical Network Unit (ONU) placed at the customer’s premises. The connection between these two elements consists of optical and non-optical devices and components. Non-optical devices have hardware, cabinets, patch panels, fiber off, pedals. And related to optical components, we are talking about connectors, couplers and adapters, connectors, fiber optic cables, connectors, splitter, jumpers, tap cables and discharge terminals.
If you want to analyze the Ftth Box, the next thing you need to do is install a good adapter, an RJ-45 bank jack, and a high-level array connected to your computer. Then, fix the bank jacks on the router or computer by applying a 100BaseT Ethernet cable. What you are allowed to do is connect the fiber optic cable to the Arrangement Box. Then, analyze the connection application to your buzz line. The provider has set up an analysis site that allows you to break and enter the venue. At this point, you should change the beep curve in order to be able to enter.
The connector is indispensable in the Ftth Box deployment. Simplex connectors are the most common, and multi-fiber connectors are gaining popularity because they can accommodate 4 to 72 fibers at the same time as one of the most popular MTOs. In order for the fiber optic connectors to cooperate with each other, they require a coupler (also known as an adapter), which has several versions that allow connection of simplex or duplex cables. The FTTH committee noted that when it comes to houses (houses, large and small enterprises), the cable usually terminates in the structure and is routed to the terminal box.