Spangler, Todd
December 2007
Multichannel News;12/17/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 50, p22
The article reports on the rising popularity of radio-frequency (RF) over glass (RFoG) or cable passive optical network (PON) for cable video, voice and data service delivery in new housing development projects in the U.S. RFoG or cable PON, which is being offered by Alloptic, CommScope, Aurora Networks, Cisco Systems, Scientific Atlanta, Motorola, Arris and Wave7 Optics, provides path to all-fiber and may be more cost-effective than hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC).


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