GPON Drafting Services

Although, fiber is not a new concept by any means, bringing it closer to the customers and their ever-evolving needs requires advanced network strategies. This is where the GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Networks) technology provides service providers with a reliable roadmap to meet customer demands, optimize capital expense, and reduced fiber network maintenance costs. GPON technology has proven to be the most common type of optical fiber connection which is almost 95% more energy efficient than a standard copper cable network. It is increasingly being used in FTTH and FTTP networks to deliver voice, data and video services at gigabit speed. A typical GPON network consists of an Optical Line Terminal (OLT), an Optical Distribution Network (ODN), an Optical Network Unit (ONU) and an optical splitter.

How GPON works

GPON is extremely useful in delivering triple-play services at higher data rates, larger bandwidth and longer distances in a secure manner.

  • First, the Optical Line Terminal sends data in the form of optical signals through optic fibres. The OLT is typically your ISP and can be considered as the starting point of a GPON.
  • The signal propagates along a single length of fiber over an Optical Distribution Network (ODN), reaching the passive splitter at the end.
  • The passive GPON splitter receives the optical signal and splits it into multiple signals, up to 64. This is what enables point-to-multipoint access, thus enabling up to 64 fiber connections.
  • Finally, the split optical signals reach individual GPON ONU devices that are installed at the premise of a residence or a business. This is the terminating point of GPON and enables the conversion of optical data signal into an electrical signal.
Advantages of GPON

Factors such as growth of bandwidth-intensive applications, smart cities, IoT penetration, proliferation of 5G, etc., mean that GPON is the optical networks of choice.

This popularity of Gigabit Passive Optical Network is built upon a series of advantages:

  • Energy-efficient: GPON utilizes very little electricity to operate. It is also 95% more energy-efficient than copper networks.
  • Less Fibre usage – GPON also has a 1:64 ratio on a single fibre. This means that one fibre cable in a GPON can deliver video, data and voice to up to 64 end users, thus reducing the number of fibres that run in a fibre optic network.
  • Affordable: GPON requires less equipment – making it a highly efficient and cost-effective solution.
  • High-speed:  GPON ensures smooth traffic handling of up to 10/10 Gbps per subscriber along with a 40 Gbps throughput for the optical network.
  • Secure: GPON utilizes an Advanced Encryption Standard, making it a very secure optical fibre network.
  • Stable: GPON always ensures a minimum bandwidth allocation to end-users, thus ensuring steady connectivity. It also remains free from electromagnetic or radio interference due to the inherent nature of fiber optics.

AABSyS offers a complete package on GPON drafting services, ranging from the FTTx planning to As-Built Drawings. Our deep domain expertise and rich experience ensures that the most sophisticated, voluminous, and complex GPON Drafting service requirements are completed in a time-bound manner, with high quality and accuracy.

Leveraging our deep domain expertise in telecom planning, designing, and drafting, AABSyS offers the following GPON drafting services:

  • FTTH Planning
  • Permit Drafting
  • Traffic Control Plan
  • Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • As-Built Drafting (ABD)
  • Single Line Diagrams (SLD)
  • Issued for Construction (IFC)

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