The challenge for sports teams is how to keep fans coming to the stadium, when so many other options exist. Texas A&M wanted to take their fan experience to the next level by leveraging technology to create a stadium experience that students and fans would enjoy just as much as the game itself. This included new multimedia displays, both in the stadium and in the concourses, connected menu boards and operations in the concession areas, and excellent connectivity for both cellular and WiFi-connected devices in and around the stadium.
Pearson Technologies recently updated three Fiber-To-The-Home/Passive Optical Network (FTTH/PON) hands-on training programs. One is an installation program, another a design program, and the third is a combination of design and installation. “Since the principles for design and installation of both FTTH/PON and optical LANs are similar, these programs develop the knowledge, skills and abilities (SKAs) for both,” Pearson Technologies said when announcing the updates.
While Power over Ethernet is a proven technology with more than a decade of usage, most integrators and users report issues ranging from minor to serious with their installations. Adoption of new standards are leading to deployment of high-power devices that will stress systems and cabling further. This webinar will discuss these problems and how to prevent them before installation even starts, and how to troubleshoot those that still show up.
Facilitating POLs over Existing Multimode Fiber Cabling Infrastructures with MPLC-enabled Technology
To meet the growing demand for high-speed and higher bandwidth, many companies believe they need to deploy single mode fiber. Since approximately 78% of optical fiber deployed in LANs is multimode, this would require an expensive upgrade. However, MPLC-enabled technology such as modal splitters, can make POL singlemode equipment compatible with MMF cabling.
Passive optical LANs reduce network points of vulnerability and improve network security both at the electronics level as well as across the cabling infrastructure.
Facilitating POLs over Existing Multimode Fiber Cabling Infrastructures with MPLC-Enabled Technology
Approximately, 78% of optical fibers deployed in LANs are multimode fiber. POL architecture can leverage the installed infrastructure to offer high bandwidth all the way to the desktop without the need for […]
Panduit recommends the Anritsu Network Master Pro MT1000A to conduct the analysis necessary to certify that the Panduit OneMode-Link passive media converters have been installed into high-speed networks properly.
AFL’s new FlexScan® TS100 optical troubleshooter puts the power to identify, locate and resolve last mile network issues in the pocket of frontline field technicians. With just a push of a button, the TS100 enables even novice technicians to troubleshoot PON and point-to-point networks like an expert.
What do you do after implementing a passive optical LAN in your building … now what? The possibilities are many! In this webinar you’ll learn how to take your network “Beyond the Basics” including topics such as: Managing and planning a converged fiber; Power infrastructure best practices; Options for applications at the edge; Explore overlaying cellular solutions; and How A/V can be easily incorporated.
New IEEE Std 802.3ca™ was approved by the IEEE-SA Standards Board on June 4, 2020. The standard defines two Physical Layer (PHY) specifications that support 25 Gb/s and 50 Gb/s EPON operation over a single strand of single-mode optical fiber and calls out two new EPON architectures — 25G-EPON and 50G-EPON.