Fibre and Cable

Increasing data traffic requires full spectral window usage in optical single-mode fiber cables

This article is brought to you by: 

The optical fiber network infrastructures installed today will typically see four generations of transmission systems over the network’s expected lifetime. As recent history has shown, the amount of data traffic these networks will carry will increase dramatically and continuously.

In order to cope with this increasing growth and anticipate the networks of tomorrow, a completely open spectral transmission window from 1260nm to 1625nm for data transmission and up to 1650nm for network monitoring is necessary in optical fiber cables.

The simple life

Scott Modha takes a look at how the right technique goes a long way, and network operators could benefit from simplified microduct network deployments

Power of good

Power over Ethernet (PoE) could help service providers adapt to the opportunity provided by IoT in order to remain competitive, argues Ankit Agarwal

Down to the wire

Cabling infrastructure will be vital in the deployment of 5G networks, meaning that the wireless will still depend on wires, says Jean-Jacques Sage

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Fibre and Cable