The FTTH Handbook, first published in 2007, is a resource for the fibre community. It acts as a forum for sharing experiences and approaches, supporting those who aim to drive pure fibre networks across Europe. The FTTH Handbook covers every aspect of the network.
This enriched edition provides up-to-date knowledge about fibre technology and features a number of significant changes from previous editions, with an entirely new section on digital tools that enhance all phases, from planning to maintenance. The structure of the Handbook has been changed to reflect the 3 fundamental phases of all FTTH network projects: it includes the latest innovations, trends and solutions to Plan, Build and Operate highly efficient, future-proof, automated fibre networks. There is also a new focus and additional content regarding the use of digital information and IT throughout the network lifecycle.