CATV Solution

CATV Solution

Telco-Speed Communications Co., Ltd. can provide following three types of CATV solutions, including all the equipment and related technical support from the center office to the end users.

CATV Digitalization Solution

By transferring the analog signal in the original network to digital signal, the solution can not only greatly increase the number of channel programs, but also improve the image quality. It consist of digital encoder, QAM digital modulator (Digital satellite receiver with baseband data stream output can be omitted), and DVB-C set-up box on the user side.

Key Features
  • Increase program channels
  • Improve program quality
  • Provide multifunctional business, can realize digital and interactive television business and other new service modes

CATV Two-way Transmission Network Solution (PON+EOC Solution)

By using G/EPON+EOC technology, this solution can upgrade the CATV network to a two-way transmission network and realize the data, voice and video service. The G/EPON+EOC system making full use of the original coaxial cable resources and enables HFC networks to support multiple broadband services.

Key Features
  • Adopt Passive optical splitter (PLC) technology to save the main fiber resources
  • Making full use of the original coaxial cable resources
  • P2MP (Point to Multipoint)
  • High reliability – reduce OPEX
  • High QoS (Quality of Service)
  • Flexible DBA (Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation)

FTTH (Internet +VOIP +CATV) Triple Play

Telco-Speed Communications Co., Ltd. can provide meet the triple play a full range of FTTH solutions, and provide a full range of products and first-class technical services. In the true sense of the optical fiber network, for the end user to provide broadband Internet access, IP phone, high-definition television services. FTTH directly through the optical fiber CATV (analog or digital) signal sent to the terminal user family, without coaxial cable access network construction.

Key Features
  • Large capacity and wide coverage
  • Flexible deployment options
  • Fewer fibers and modules – lowering CAPEX
  • High reliability – reducing OPEX
  • High QoS (Quality of Service)