BDCOM GP1704-4GV-22A ONU 1 GPON (SC/ UPC), 4 GE, 2 POTS, WiFi

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    BDCOM-GP1704-4GV-22A

     

    FTTH/O ONU, 1 GPON interface (SC/UPC), 4 GE, 2 POTS ports, external four-antenna (1200M WiFi), plastic hull, DC12V/0.5A, external adaptor

     

    BDCOM GP1704-4GV is a smart HGU with 4 gigabit ports with wireless and voice function. It is oriented for the integrated multi-service network. BDCOM GP1704-4GV is complied with the international standard ITU-T G.9844/988 and PRC Communication Industry Standard GPON ONU in Access Technology Requirements and China Telecom GPON Technical Requirement CTC2.0.

     

    Excellent Access Capacity It supports the PON transmission rate of downlink 2.5Gbp/ uplink 1.25Gbps. Connected with BDCOM OLT, it can realize 1:128 splitting ratio. The covering radius of the network can reach to 20km.

     

    Secure Service Carrying Ability For ensuring the secure service carrying ability of ONU, BDCOM has developed techniques including VLAN, STP, port isolation, ACL, QoS and Broadcast Storm Control.

     

    High Service Control Capability It supports DBA and Rate-Limit. It supports advanced dynamic bandwidth distribution and accurate bandwidth limit, which enables users to share 2.5Gbps bandwidth resource Product Overview Product Characteristics appropriately. It also supports QOS function, which guarantees a reliable service quality and service priority.

     

    Rich OMCI Functions It supports the standard OMCI defined by ITU-T, including configuration, alarm, performance monitoring, fault isolation and security management, and it also supports private OMIC defined by BDCOM.

     

    Complete Interaction Capacity It is complied with ITU-T G.984/988 and relevant requirements for PRC Community Industry Standard GPON ONU in Access Technology Requirements and China Telecom GPON Technical Requirement CTC2.0.

     

    Advanced Energy-saving Technique It supports the “GreenTouch” architecture and “Smart@CHIP”