FITL – Fiber In The Loop

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Definition

FITL(Fiber In The Loop) is an application of optical fiber transmission in access networks. The fiber optic lines placed in the pair of wires that run from the central office to the system at the customer location. In general, fiber is used in either all or part of the local loop distribution network. FITL can be implemented with any FTTX architecture, such as fiber to the cabinet (FTTC), fiber to the node (FTTN), and fiber to the premises (FTTP).

Classication of FITL
  • FTTX
  • Passive Optical Network(Point-to-Multipoint)

FITL

Elements of FITL System

FITL system consists of the following elements:

  • OLT (Optical Line Termination) – termination of the optical line, sometimes called HDT (Host Digital Termination)
  • ONU (Optical Network Unit) – optical network unit
  • ODN (Optical Distribution Network) – optical distribution network

 

Advantages & Limitations of FITL

Advantages

  • Less maintenance
  • Immune to environmental factors
  • Capacity increase simpler
  • Planning/engineering easier
  • future proof
  • less space requirement

Limitations

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