FTTH Council Munich 2012 - workshopincrease the efficiency of FTTH deploymentAxel HomburgerProduct Line Manager Carrier Networks
R&M view on FTTH deploymentsThe complexity of the environment is given primarily from technical pointof view by the fact that telecom operators, carriers, planers and installers,are faced with increasing variety of new technologies, solutions andproducts. Low investment and operating costs and future security Safe and low-loss transmission of large amounts of data Customer-oriented solution based on innovative products Modularity of the products in order to realize cost-effective expansion Fast and efficient adjustment to existing infrastructure Easy installation and maintenance Fast Prototyping …
Costs classification vs. liefetime of variouscomponents Civil works Deployment of optical-fiber cables Costs of electronic equipment Costs of in-house cabling Life Cycle Time Investment * Applications 7 3…5 52% Datahandling 4-6 5 (Servers, Storage) 34% LAN 2+3 3 7% Physical Layer 1 10…30 7% years * % of Budget ; distribution Swisscom
Criterias for FTTH deployment efficiency evaluation Operation Constant transmission throughout the entire service life Secure Management prevents incorrect handling Cable management prevents performance loss Upgrade / extension Modularity ensures extension of systems Maintenance with minimal effect on links in operation Modular systems assure adaptation and extension
Conclusion FO CopperNetwork availability depends on the transmission performance and operational availability. This goal is reached with high quality passive components only
Reliable components for your NetworkNew IEC Standards for Connectors
New Connector Standards IEC 61755IEC 61755Grade A = Singlemode (high-end performance)Grade B = Singlemode (advanced performance)Grade C = Singlemode (standard performance)Grade D = Singlemode (economic performance)Grade M = MultimodeGrade 1 - 4 = RL Values
New Standard IEC 61755-1Optical Interfaces ≤ 0.15 ≤ 0.07
Why new Standards?Low Loss System extends Reach for EPON, BPON, GPON … !
FTTH (Swiss Model) OTO• Point to point - Single Circuit Management Subscriber• Subscriber Individual Fibers G.657.A BEP• Maintenance with minimal effect on links in operation• Singlemode Fibers spliced in an OTO (Opical Outlet) SCM G.652.D• CPE device customers - 4-Port Ethernet Switch ODF - Optional Wireless ( > 160 ChannelsSeite 10
R&Mfoxs Modular, flexible and adaptable to the needs P2P Point to Point P2MP Point to Multipoint WDM-PON λ1 FTTC VDSL λ2 λCentral λ1 . . . λn 3 EthernetOffice λnWave Division Multiplexing FTTB–Passive Optical Network FTTH
R&MfoxsModular, flexible and adaptable to the needsSpleiss MODUL Patch MODULE Splitterimplementation
ODF - realized ProjecsResidential areas or Campus 8 x MDU (13 Flats) 7 x Double SDUODF for 2 x MDU /1 Double SDU ODF and Fiberspot
CCC - realized Projecs SpliceMODULE-SCM) Power Companies (CH
Building Entry Point ; BEPThe right selection depending on the network technology und the area in use With splitters and connectors Up to 72 Subscribers • Physical separation of the subscriber (SCM) • Fiber in the Loop • Implementation of splitters • Labeling system ( Numbers and Colours)
Thank you very much !Axel Homburgeraxel.email@example.com
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