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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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Aerial P2P links

Aerial P2P links
Aerial distribution networks often have to endure extreme environmental conditions. Installation and maintenance work therefore need to be managed quickly and easily using pre-connectorised harsh connector solutions. During the installation phase, a connection is spanned from the fiber concentration point to the Masterline Ultimate (MLU) enclosure on the last pole near the homes. This is achieved either with an ADSS cable or a spiral carrier on a steel tension cable holding an outdoor fiber cable. During the second phase, new subscribers are attached with a pre-connectorised jumper cable plugged into a spare fiber port which is then spanned to their homes. At the Building Entry Point (BEP), the overlength can be kept in an overlength box and connected to the in-home optical network. Alternatevily, the overlength can be cut and spliced . 1, 2 and 4 fiber distributions per home are supported.

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Street cabinet solutions

Street cabinets are metal or plastic housings placed above ground often on pedestrian pathways. They enable a relatively easy and rapid access to fiber circuits and can handle large fiber capacities. In many ways, they can offer ODF type of flexibility. Street cabinets are often used to terminate larger feeder cables and manage distribution cabling including microducts for blown fiber and/or subscriber drop connections.

Street cabinets also store splitter devices in PON architectures and allow flexible splicing and/or patching for customer-dedicated fibers. Very often they also house active equipment to support Vectoring and G.fast services over copper. Street cabinets need to be secure and strongly built to withstand vandal attacks and traffic accidents.

Street cabinets - smart cabins

Street cabinets - smart cabins

The Smart cabin series is developed and manufactured with the German market leader SICHERT GmbH. SICHERT outdoor enclosures made of glass fiber-reinforced polycarbonate meet the highest standards and have been used successfully for decades. With more than 180 000 outdoor enclosures installed in Germany alone, SICHERT counts among the leading providers and specialists in the outdoor enclosure housing technology sector. HUBER+SUHNER is your partner for safe and reliable FTTx networks. The experience we have gained in the central office area of the network has been integrated into our street cabinet offering .

FO connectors and adapters

HUBER+SUHNER offers a wide range of fiber optic connectors optimised for both indoor and outdoor applications. Customer-specific connectors are also available in addition to a comprehensive standard product portfolio. In response to the rapid increase in requirements on different markets, HUBER+SUHNER develops innovative products tested in accordance with international standards. All fiber optic connectors meet the highest mechanical and thermal specifications.

LC portfolio

LC portfolio

The LC connector is established because of its small size and its very reliable connecting quality. In the last five years it has become the most popular connector in the world. To match the different customer needs, HUBER+SUHNER has enhanced the portfolio consistently. The HUBER+SUHNER LC-XD is taking the LC to a completely new level in packing density and handling.

SC portfolio

SC portfolio

SC is one of the most common product for reliable networks and is therefor globally used. With its one-piece design, it also provides an easy termination. Handling is comfortable due to its push-pull mechanism.

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.

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HUBER+SUHNER Inc.
Mr. Bill Burress
Regional Sales Director, FO Division
  +1 866 482 3778
  +1 704 587 1238
HUBER+SUHNER Inc.
Customer Service
Customer Service
  +1 866 482 3778
  +1 704 587 1238