By Stephen B. Weinstein
The ComSoc advisor to Passive Optical Networks presents readers with a concise rationalization of the major positive factors of Passive Optical Networks (PONs); the differing kinds of PON architectures and criteria; key problems with PON units, administration, and implementation; and the promising company possibilities in entry networks. Written for a vast viewers, starting from builders to clients, this quintessential ebook presents an figuring out o the evolutionary direction of PON entry platforms and their positioning with admire to the cable, copper, and instant rivals for broadband entry networks.
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1 Passive Optical Coupler A passive optical coupler, part of a passive splitter/coupler, combines multiple signals from different sources into one or more output ﬁbers. 10 illustrates a 2 × 2 coupler with two input ports and two output ports. For the signal from input port 1, a fraction α, 0 < α < 1, is coupled to output port 1, and the remainder is coupled to output port 2. The coupler distributes the signal from input port 2 in the same manner, with the fraction α coupled to output port 2 and the fraction (1 – α) coupled to output port 1.