Ethernet over Copper/Coax
Positron Access specializes in carrier grade telecommunications products that increase the bandwidth delivered and the distance that it can be delivered to subscribers within the core access network and within residential and multi-tenant building using existing wiring infrastructure. These include line powered DSL line amplifiers/extenders that double the customer serving areas, increase the bandwidth and range of ADSL2+ and VDSL2 copper pairs; G.hn Gigabit Access Multiplexors (GAM) that provide managed non-blocking symmetrical Gigabit bandwidth to subscribers in MDU/MTU’s over copper pairs or coax at significantly longer distances, greater stability, reduced complexity and lower cost than G.fast or DOCSIS; bonded copper solutions for mobile backhaul, core transport, access and edge aggregation.
- Fiber or Fixed Wireless Gigabit access to the building is the only requirement to enable Gigabit services with G.hn inside the building
- Re-use the existing Coax or Twisted Pair wiring, you save time, money and reduce complexity and cost
- No need to replace your current CPE. With a low-cost managed G.hn bridge you can re-use the current RG and the existing management systems already in place
- Simplifies the GAM deployment, activation and support. Management capabilities cover all operational aspects; from dealing with wiring issues to service-aware QOS and bandwidth management
GAM Network Example
The GAM is designed to optimize coverage in an MDU / MTU over the existing wiring infrastructure to avoid the high cost of installing new fiber inside these buildings. The GAM-24-C serves up to 384 G.hn subscribers over a coaxial infrastructure with standard coax splitters (up to 1:16 per port). The GAM terminates the links with a G.hn client device such as the Positron G1001-M or G1001-C managed end-points