Features

10 November 2020

Keely Portway looks at why network automation could be key to delivering that all-important bandwidth

09 November 2020

In the first of a new three-part series, Keely Portway addresses some of the challenges and opportunities during individual processes of the FTTH ‘chain.’ This issue, network planning and design

 

09 November 2020

Full capacity? When it comes to 800G coherent, Keely Portway considers how to address capacity-reach

08 November 2020

In the third instalment of our multimode fibre series, Keely Portway looks at how some of the latest standards demonstrate multimode's continuing relevance

21 August 2020

Keely Portway takes a look at what fibre engineers consider to be the most essential characteristics for test and measurement equipment, and how vendors are designing-out complexity to meet this demand

19 August 2020

Pluggable modules, expanded wavelength ranges and new system architectures seek to meet bandwidth needs, finds Andy Extance

17 August 2020

Keely Portway looks at how probabilistic constellation shaping (PCS), could address the limitations associated with conventional coherent modulation, and why it is fast becoming an industry disruptor

12 May 2020

Keely Portway evaluates some of the latest trends when it comes to multimode fibre, and looks at why it is currently something of an industry bright spot

05 May 2020

A look at how the kind of full-fibre infrastructure that will be essential to support 5G can be realised in line with roll-out targets

05 May 2020

A round-up of the impact of Covid-19 on the optical communications industry from a number of leading analyst firms

04 May 2020

Progress is being made on entanglement methods that can work in mainstream telecom wavelengths, in conventional networks, finds Andy Extance

04 February 2020

Graphene could transform networks if its remarkable properties can sustain a viable supply chain, finds Andy Extance

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