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BeamSerie PON - RFoG Combiner - Active Splitter


This family of products, based on the RF‐over‐Glass (RFoG) FTTH network architecture, is the espected solution that completely eliminate Optical Beat Interference (OBI) from fiber networks. The converter replace the optical spitter usually installed on the RFoG network.

The solution is base on the the well-proofed EMC OBI-free, in operation on the field from over 15 years.

Unlike competitors, the Serie PON-1000 avoids the very complicated up-stream node wavelength management, used as an emergency solution to mitigate the OBI problem.


Objectives of the solutionOBI_free_400


• DOCSIS 3.1 compatibility

• G-PON and XG-PON integration

• 1:32  Scalability

• Easy installation and start-up

• Single fiber solution

• Easily configurable


Products :

 

PON-1000-300pxPON-1000 HUB Converter - Active Splitter - 1:32 Ports - 204MHz / 1.2 GHz


- Configurable Backbone Module

- EMC’s “OBI free” avoid Optical Beat Interference (OBI) on RFoG networks

- Fully compatibility with DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1

- Compatible with 1G and 10G xPON wavelengths

 

PON-1002-400pxPON-1002 RFoG Active Splitter - 1:32 Ports - 204MHz / 1.2 GHz


- Compatible with 1550/1610 nm RFoG wavelengths

- EMC’s “OBI free” avoid Optical Beat Interference (OBI) on RFoG networks

- Fully compatibility with DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1

- Compatible with 1G and 10G xPON wavelengths

 

PON-1200-400pxPON-1200 RFoG Active Splitter with EDFA - 1:32 Ports - 204MHz / 1.2 GHz


- EMC’s “OBI free” avoid Optical Beat Interference (OBI) on RFoG networks

- Fully compatibility with DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1

- Compatible with 1G and 10G xPON wavelengths

- Compatible with 1550/1610 nm RFoG wavelengths

 

PON-9000-400pxPON-9000 RFoG Active Splitter for R&M SCM-ODF Module - 1:32 Ports - 204MHz / 1.2 GHz


- Designed for R&M SCM-ODF Module

- EMC’s “OBI free” avoid Optical Beat Interference (OBI) on RFoG networks

- Fully compatibility with DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1

- Compatible with 1G and 10G xPON wavelengths