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Standards-based Design & Testing of Passive Optical LAN Solutions

Passive Optical LANs are changing the way we think about designing the local area network. This webinar will provide an introduction to POL technology, compare POL and traditional Ethernet switching architectures, review the TIA standards applicable to the design & testing of POL solutions and address considerations such as splitters, connectors, fiber counts, and more.
Recorded Jul 18 2013 87 mins
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