The massive rollout of LTE base stations to satisfy the ever-increasing demand for traffic has forced operators to consider a variety of transport networks to carry backhaul traffic. Among the wireline options, G-PON as a fiber-based access network is well suited for this function because it can support high bandwidth.
NG-PON2, a more recent standard, supports 40 Gbps throughput using techniques such as Time and Wavelength Division Multiplexing (TWDM) to deliver up to 10 Gbps symmetric bandwidth per subscriber. NG-PON2 also allows co-existence of TWDM and legacy G-PON systems.
G-PON systems inherently carry an accurate and stable frequency reference in the physical layer
G-PON systems use a specialized mechanism (G.984.3 Amendment 2) to distribute Time-of-Day between the OLT and ONU
Qulsar's products are designed to meet G-PON/X-PON requirements.
Qg 2 Multi-Sync Getaway can be deployed as a Grandmaster for the backhaul or fronthaul network, or as a boundary clock for a scalable synchronization network.