Fiber to the Home (FTTH)

The last 3 years have shown record growth in fiber connections to the home and the pace is only going to accelerate.

In order to provide gigabit internet to the masses, fiber is getting closer to the home as service providers push fiber deep into the network. For an increasing number of cases, service providers are adopting full Fiber to the Home (FTTH) solutions to reach new customers and meet increasing demand. PON standards used in these FTTH environments are also evolving to meet those capacity demands, services are migrating from G-PON (gigabit PON) to XGS PON (10 Gigabit symmetrical PON), and looking toward NG-PON2. All these services have to coexist on the same network, which is why fiber network testing is so critical.

Understanding PON Testing

Download this poster for an comprehensive guide to PON and testing requirements for all the phases of the network lifecycle.’

This paper outlines the issues and solutions to power level measurement in a multi wavelength PON environment

Test and Monitoring Solutions for Fiber to the Home (FTTH)

VIAVI Solutions offers the most comprehensive product portfolio supporting the installation, testing, and monitoring of FTTH networks.

Understanding Optical Time Domain Reflectometry (OTDR)

Download this poster for an excellent guide to Optical Time Domain Reflectometry (OTDR). Learn what OTDR measures and how to configure OTDR settings.

Contamination is the #1 reason to troubleshoot optical networks. Reference this free full-size wall poster as a helpful reminder.

The FiberChek probe is a single "all-in-one" handheld solution that every fiber technician can rely on for all of today's fiber inspection needs in a fully autonomous, handheld device.

Utilize your Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) award to help you equip your technicians to bring new connected and smart services to rural subscribers, with VIAVI test solutions.

Qualifying FTTH Networks Before Equipment Installation

Contamination is the #1 cause for troubleshooting in optical networks. This document sets the test requirements for qualifying the fiber portion of a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network prior to equipment installation and turn-up.