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Demands for bandwidth on Network Operators are at an all time high, and continue to grow as more and more data-intensive wireless technologies and applications become the norm, rather than the exception. For many operators, these bandwidth demands offer new opportunities to provide higher-speed cellular backhaul services over their existing networks. The key to capitalizing on these opportunities lies in minimizing the investment required to service them, which is why many operators rely on AFL for the latest in flexible and cost-effective passive network expansion solutions to support backhaul-driven network growth opportunities.
As one of the first-to-market with scaleable and reliable passive WDM-based solutions to support this rapid network expansion, AFL remains at the forefront of innovation. By offering solutions that perform in the field, save space in the headends/central offices, and enable network operators to maximize and leverage the investments already made to expand coverage, AFL keeps your network ahead of the pace for bandwidth today, and prepared to take on tomorrow.
CWDM technology is a cost effective network expansion alternative to installing more fiber. AFL’s passive CWDM products deliver reliable performance and flexibility for network growth over existing fiber. A compact design provides deployment options work with the operators embedded base. Low insertion loss, high uniformity and high thermal stability add predictability and reliability to the the upgrade design and implementation.
DWDM technology offers operators up to 44 channels per fiber to serve the most densly saturated serving areas, while still proving to be a more cost-effective expansion alternative to installing more fiber in most cases. AFL’s passive DWDM products are scalable and offer many innovative ways to manage channels plans and groupings, ensuring that reliable and predictable traffic flow.
Other AFL products for cellular backhaul include:
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