Thursday, 21 June 2018

Gfast - Enabling the Gigabit Society

A whitepaper by ADTRAN
Friday 01 December 17

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In 2014, the ITU gave its final approval to the G.fast standard (G for ITU-T G.9701 and fast for Fast Access to Subscriber Terminals). The new standard was initially designed to deliver access speeds of up to 1 Gbps via 100 meter lengths of the millions of existing copper pairs all over the globe…

In 2014, the ITU gave its final approval to the G.fast standard (G for ITU-T G.9701 and fast for Fast Access to Subscriber Terminals). The new standard was initially designed to deliver access speeds of up to 1 Gbps via 100 meter lengths of the millions of existing copper pairs all over the globe…

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