FTTH stands for fiber-to-the-home. These have replaced the existing copper cables in appliances such as telephone wires by bringing about a unique system of delivering optical fiber to the homes and offices directly from the switching equipment of the operator. Their network is spread between both outdoor and indoor sections of the house, and hence, … Continue reading “FTTH drop cable – all you need to know”
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House wiring is made up of wires and cables running underground, over ground and between the walls of your house as well as its surrounding areas, which together make up for the electricity delivery system in your house.
The human civilization has evolved from the use of pipes for redirecting water to the use of such “pipes” to carry data around. Today we’ve reached a level where optical fiber cables and cable glands are some of the most common things one finds in a household.