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Next-Generation FTTH Passive Optical Networks: Research towards unlimited bandwidth access. [Repost]

Josep Prat “Next-Generation FTTH Passive Optical Networks: Research towards unlimited bandwidth access"
Springer | 2008 | Pages: 232 | ISBN: 1402084692 | PDF | 3,1 mb

Fibre-to-the-Home networks constitute a fundamental telecom segment with the required potential to match the huge capacity of transport networks with the new user communication demands. Huge investments in access network infrastructure are expected for the next decade, with many initiatives already launched around the globe recently, driven by the new broadband service demands and the necessity by operators to deploy a future-proof infrastructure in the field.
Next-Generation FTTH Passive Optical Networks: Research towards unlimited bandwidth access (Repost)

Josep Prat “Next-Generation FTTH Passive Optical Networks: Research towards unlimited bandwidth access"
2008 | pages: 232 | ISBN: 1402084692 | PDF | 3,1 mb
Next-Generation FTTH Passive Optical Networks: Research towards unlimited bandwidth access

Josep Prat “Next-Generation FTTH Passive Optical Networks: Research towards unlimited bandwidth access"
Springer | 2008-08 | ISBN: 1402084692 | 232 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Fiber to the Home: The New Empowerment [Repost]  

Posted by AlenMiler at July 4, 2014
Fiber to the Home: The New Empowerment [Repost]

Fiber to the Home: The New Empowerment by Paul Eliot Green
Wiley-Interscience | October 14 2005 | ISBN: 0471742473 | Pages: 144 | PDF | 3.75 MB

A compelling treatment of FTTH. Written by telecommunications pioneer Paul Green Jr., Fiber to the Home is a comprehensive examination of the technical and social implications of fiber to the home (FTTH), the technology that extends the current fiber optic backbone to optically connect it directly to homes and offices.

Fiber to the Home  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by torbo at Oct. 4, 2006
Fiber to the Home

Paul E. Green, «Fiber to the Home: The New Empowerment»
John Wiley | ISBN 0471742473 | PDF | 157 Pages | 2,40 Mb | 2006 Year

This book is about the latter of these enduring options; actually about one rapidly evolving aspect of the latter, fiber to the home. When we speak of “fiber to the home” (FTTH), we mean to include also fiber to the user’s premises (FTTP) and fiber to the business (FTTB) – any situation where the optical path in the fiber runs all the way to individual end-user premises. This might be a single residence, single multidwelling unit (MDU), or a single business establishment, and the fiber path might enter the building or terminate elsewhere on the premises. What is not included in FTTH is any situation where electronics are interposed along the path from central “head end” to user’s premises. In other words, we deal here with OOO situations, not OEO – with a form of “all optical network” (O for optical, E for electronic).
Passive Optical Networks: Flattening the Last Mile Access (IEEE Comsoc Pocket Guides to Communications Technologies) (Repost)

Passive Optical Networks: Flattening the Last Mile Access (IEEE Comsoc Pocket Guides to Communications Technologies) by Stephen B. Weinstein
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0470168846 | 200 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

This book provides a brief, high-level overview of the technology and applications behind the Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) or Fiber-to-the-Curb (FTTC) family of standards, which has recently attracted considerable amount of interest in the technical community.
Optical Code Division Multiple Access: A Practical Perspective

Optical Code Division Multiple Access: A Practical Perspective by Professor Ken-ichi Kitayama
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1107026164 | 357 pages | PDF | 24 MB

A comprehensive guide to optical fiber communications, from the basic principles to the latest developments in OCDMA for Next-Generation Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) systems. Part I starts off with the fundamentals of light propagation in optical fibers, including multiple access protocols, and their enabling techniques.