Views: 3 Author: Ada Ru Publish Time: 2022-07-27 Origin: Site
Industry-related, domestic optical cable splice box TOP3 industry research and development. Simply put, the optical cable splice box is the optical cable splice box, which is the optical signal transmission side, and the optical cable terminal box is the optical signal receiver. The two have different positions and different functions in the optical signal transmission process.
Before understanding the difference between the two, we need to understand how optical signals are transmitted, taking Fiber to the Home (FFTP) as an example. Fiber to the Home (FTTP) also refers to Fiber to the Home (FTTH), a broadband telecommunications system. In layman's terms, this system is sent from the operator's front end, then transmitted through optical cable equipment, through layers of channels, and finally reaches the building and then to your home, so that you can watch TV and surf the Internet. And in the process you can see what roles the two play. First, the central office equipment (OLT) in the equipment room is connected to the optical fiber trunk line, and the optical signal is sent from here, and then connected to the optical cable transfer box placed on the road or in the community through the outdoor optical cable, and the outdoor optical cable mentioned here, then It is the optical cable junction box, which acts as an intermediary to orderly transmit the optical signal to each required area. Next, after the optical signal reaches the optical cable transfer box of the community, the optical cable distribution box in the corridor distributes it to the residents on the floor. Finally, the optical signal will be transmitted to the optical cable terminal box, that is, it will arrive at your home.
At this time, the optical cable terminal box, as the carrier of information transmission, completely realizes the process of optical fiber to the home. All in all, the optical cable splice box is the "vessel" of optical signal transmission, and the optical cable terminal box is the destination of the optical signal. Finally, the two have different functions, so in order to achieve their respective goals, they are slightly different in appearance and internal structure. As for the optical cable splice box, I have fully replied in another answer. â†’ Please see the link: Briefly describe the function and characteristics of the optical cable splice box. The optical cable terminal box is mainly used for the protective connection of the optical cable and the pigtail when the optical fiber to the home is used. installation method. The overall material is required to be flame-retardant, dust-proof, and UV-resistant to ensure its long-term use. The optical cable terminal box can help users to handle the optical cable flexibly. Whether it is storing too long optical fiber terminals or performing optical fiber fusion, the terminal box is a very good tool. Its internal structure is divided into several parts: box body, fiber splice tray, optical cable fixing, and sealing strip. Generally, the page-turning design, that is, the buckle-type design, is used to make the opening and closing more convenient and convenient. Small and light in size, beautiful in shape. In a word, optical cable splice boxes and terminal boxes are both indispensable equipment in the optical fiber to the home process. The two complement each other and achieve each other. They are both important products in the communication industry.