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fiber to the distribution point (FTTdp)

Fiber to the Distribution Point (FTTdp) is an optical connection technology in which the optical fiber is routed to a flexibly placeable distribution box, the cable branch.

Fiber-to-copper conversion for FTTx technologies

Fiber-to-copper conversion for FTTx technologies

With this connection technology, the copper twisted pairs to the homes are shortened compared to fiber to the curb( FTTC), in which they must be routed to the area or switching distributor on the sidewalk. FTTdp technology is suitable for G.fast and later for XG fast. Unlike VDSL2, which operates at frequencies up to 30 MHz, it uses the frequency range up to 300 MHz. By increasing the frequency range, data rates of up to 2 Gbit/s are possible.

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Englisch: fiber to the distribution point - FTTdp
Updated at: 08.06.2019
#Words: 109
Links: connection, box, cable, branch (BR), copper (Cu)
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