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Tellabs Tellabs FlexSym Singlemode to Multimode 2x8 Optical Splitter and 2x16 Optical Splitter

01-May-2019   /   Tell A Friend

Optical Splitters
The Tellabs FlexSym Splitters enable cost-effective re-use of existing multimode fiber cabling for
Passive Optical LANs inside buildings and across a campus.



Better Flexibility and Economics with Tellabs FlexSym Splitter Options
Passive Optical Networking has been focused on the advantage of single mode fiber cabling
inherent supremacy. However, multimode fiber cabling does exist inside buildings and across
a campus. It is common to find multimode cabling in a building’s raiser, horizontal and drop
pathways. That meant that an upgrade to Passive Optical LAN was burdened with the time
and expense required to replace all the multimode fiber to singlemode fiber. The additional
expense of replacing the multimode fiber with singlemode fiber often hurt the economics of
the Optical LAN upgrade.


FlexSym Singlemode to Multimode 2x8 Splitter
[Limited Availability] The Tellabs FlexSym Singlemode to Multimode 2x8 Splitter enable
the cost-effective re-use of existing multimode fiber infrastructure inside buildings and across
campuses. Tellabs FlexSym SM-MM 2x8 Splitter is ideal in scenarios where there is SMF
cabling between buildings and MMF cabling within buildings. It also can be used when SMF
cable is between main data center (MDF) to telecom closet (IDF) and MMF cable runs
from telecom closet through-out access network (i.e. horizontal and drops).


FlexSym Singlemode to Multimode 2x16 Splitter
[Limited Availability] The Tellabs FlexSym Singlemode to Multimode 2x16 Splitter enable
the cost-effective re-use of existing multimode fiber infrastructure inside buildings and
across campuses. Tellabs FlexSym SM-MM 2x16 Splitter is ideal in scenarios where
there is SMF cabling between buildings and MMF cabling within buildings. It also can
be used when SMF cable is between main data center (MDF) to telecom closet (IDF) and
MMF cable runs from telecom closet through-out access network (i.e. horizontal and drops).



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