Last Mile Design
tony at wicks.co.nz
Fri Feb 8 20:31:34 UTC 2019
It also significantly reduces the requirement to distribute active equipment into the field while massively reducing the feeder fibre requirement. Point to point has its place to be sure, but mass market FTTH is not viable without PON's economics.
On 02/08/2019 12:48 PM, Aaron wrote:
> I've always felt PON is a tool for people who don't know how to design a
> proper network.
Why is that?
I always thought PON was a technology that reduced the number of active
ports, thus altering the port cost per subscriber significantly by not
actually needing dedicated ports.
Grant. . . .
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