Fibre optic cable is the preference as a medium for long-distance networks. With low loss per kilometre, it is now used on all sections of the telecommunications network. There are several types of fibre networks: FTTx (Fiber to the x), such as FTTN, FTTC, FTTB, FTTH, FTTD. FTTH is particularly topical. Fibre To The Home makes the infrastructure network more efficient and allows new subscriber services to be envisaged. The constraints associated with deployment of single-mode fibre in the home have led to development of new optical fibres with lower sensitivity to curvature - ITU-T G657.

In this White Paper :

- The different FTTx network types and their specific features

- FTTH: legal obligations and different architectures: Point to Point and Passive Optical Network

- End connection and different connector types

- G657 fibre: comparison between Category A and Category B

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