Huawei unveils G.fast prototype with speeds at 1Gbps

Tuesday 15 October 2013 | 11:22 CET | News
Huawei has conducted its G.fast over copper trial with a leading European telecom operator and unveiled a prototype capable of broadband speeds of 1 Gbps over coaxial cables. G.fast over Coax multi-user access technology is compatible with cable TV signals on existing coaxial networks, which serve as an access medium for home networks. By flexibly allocating unoccupied frequency bands (1 GHz maximally) for G.fast access, the technology provides a 1 Gbps downstream shared bandwidth to serve up to 32 users over coaxial cables. G.fast is mainly applied to short-distance twisted pairs to deliver

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Companies: Huawei China
Countries: World
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