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Radio Frequency components used in the Wi-Fi hotspot on the Fan Mile in Berlin

September saw the start of the pilot phase of a public gigabit Wi-Fi access point on the famous Fan Mile in Berlin, Germany. HUBER+SUHNER is providing Wi-Fi antennas and coaxial cables, thus playing its part in enabling users in the area to surf, chat and stream for free for 30 minutes.

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Die Schweizer Fachmesse für Kommunikations-Infrastruktur in Bern. HUBER+SUHNER präsentiert Ihnen unter Today.Tomorrow.Connect. die neusten Lösungen aus den Bereichen City, Infrastructure und Home. Besuchen Sie uns am Stand Nr. 2.231.

25/9/2018 - 27/9/2018
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Multi-dwelling units

Multi-dwelling units
The most efficient way to install FTTH in a MDU or multi-apartment building is achieved by using a pre-connectorised solution. This eliminates the need for using special expertise crews and the need for tricky splice or fiber termination work in unsuitable environments. This is achieved by simply screwing the box to a wall on the desired floor and pulling the pre-connectorised cable to the basement entry point through a riser duct and connecting it at the bottom of the building.

In one day, an entire MDU can be made ready for subscribers to be connected once they sign the contract. They can then be connected using pre-terminated in-home cables with integrated overlength storage or using a field terminated connector. In some countries, the building distribution point is situated on the roof and the individual apartments are cabled from the outside. When this scenario occurs, the wall outlet inside is connected by drilling a hole.
 

Related Products

Wall boxes indoor

Wall boxes act as the interface between the optical access network of the service provider (drop cable) and the internal "In-the-Home" network. A passive connection enclosure at the Building Entry Point (BEP) is used for splicing, routing or connecting fibers.

The Optibox family of products from HUBER+SUHNER offers a comprehensive enclosure portfolio to address a large variety of applications. From large buildings such as multi-dwelling units (MDU) to single family homes, with patching, splicing and splitting capabilities, the Optibox family satisfies the most demanding applications.

Wall outlets

OTSB - optical telecommunication outlet

OTSB - optical telecommunication outlet

Optical Telecommunications Outlets (OTO) are used for fiber optic termination of the respective residential cabling. HUBER+SUHNER‘s Optisocket manages up to 4 fibers with a minimum bending radius protection of 15 mm. To connect the customer premises equipment (CPE) with the OTO, an optical connection cable (OCC) is used. Depending on equipment-specific connectivity, HUBER+SUHNER offers a large range of different types. The Hofis system combines HUBER+SUHNER’s optical outlet (Optisocket) with a pre-assembled low-bend installation cable offering easiest installation of fibers in the living area of end customers.

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