Golden Gate Chapter June Webinar: June 20th 11:00 to 12:00
Streamlining RFoG and OBI Mitigation to Improve Customer Experience
Radio Frequency over Glass (RFoG) is a cost-effective way to convert a HFC network to support RF video over a Fiber to the Home or Premises (FTTH/FTTP) network. This conversion allows for improved reliability, lower maintenance costs and significantly increased performance, all while utilizing existing headend equipment and back office systems. Optical Beat Interference (OBI) is an artifact of RFoG that creates disruption of voice and data services especially as higher-bandwidth broadband is deployed and multiple upstream optical transmissions are introduced.
This content helps attendees prepare for SCTE/ISBE BTS Certification
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