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Comtest Networks has released a G.fast Balun solution specifically designed for longer coax reach. The Comtest G.fast Balun is a passive in-line device designed to convert a G.fast signal carried on a balanced twisted pair cable to an unbalanced 75 Ω coax cable.

G.fast promises to deliver gigabit speeds over standard twisted pair Telco cables. Designed for use on short lengths of twisted copper, the reach can be extended by using coax. Capitalizing on the ultra-broadband capabilities of G.fast, you can push these higher bandwidths further and further into rural areas and older neighborhoods, homes and buildings. Due to real world constraints and the possible saturation of other services in the business and MDU environment, the optimum way to distribute G.fast is by using coax.

Our G.fast balun’s are also designed to be used in environments that do not have existing Telephone wiring or inadequate twisted pair wiring inside the home or building. These G.fast balun’s will provide an additional way to bring Video programming and high speed broadband services into the premise by using the existing coax which in many cases is already in the walls of these homes and buildings.

The Comtest Networks G.fast balun provides the perfect solution to provide superfast broadband for any MDU, business office and small campus environment.
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The G.fast NID POTS Splitter is backwards compatible to VDSL and ADSL2+. With a potted cavity and gel filled IDC connectors, the universal splitter is suitable for all applications, from the NID outside the house to inside wiring closets in apartments.

The G.fast NID is designed for simple and easy clip-in installation in virtually all industry standard NIDs. Connection to the DSL modem and telephone equipment is straight forward using gel-filled Insulation Displacement Connectors (IDCs) to ensure quick and reliable connections. The large, locking connectors allow for a quick installation in all weather and temperature conditions, speeding up and improving the reliability of every installation. A RJ-11 test jack is provided to validate dial tone on the primary phone line.
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Comtest Networks has released a G.fast Balun solution specifically designed for longer coax reach. The Comtest G.fast Balun is a passive in-line device designed to convert a G.fast signal carried on a balanced twisted pair cable to an unbalanced 75 Ω coax cable.

G.fast promises to deliver gigabit speeds over standard twisted pair Telco cables. Designed for use on short lengths of twisted copper, the reach can be extended by using coax. Capitalizing on the ultra-broadband capabilities of G.fast, you can push these higher bandwidths further and further into rural areas and older neighborhoods, homes and buildings. Due to real world constraints and the possible saturation of other services in the business and MDU environment, the optimum way to distribute G.fast is by using coax.

Our G.fast balun’s are also designed to be used in environments that do not have existing Telephone wiring or inadequate twisted pair wiring inside the home or building. These G.fast balun’s will provide an additional way to bring Video programming and high speed broadband services into the premise by using the existing coax which in many cases is already in the walls of these homes and buildings.

The Comtest Networks G.fast balun provides the perfect solution to provide superfast broadband for any MDU, business office and small campus environment.
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G.fast technology is the next generation of broadband service delivered over traditional copper networks. G.fast technology widens the current 30MHz VDSL2 spectrum to 106MHz, and will further expand to 212MHz and 1000MBits/s in the future. G.fast offers a more cost effective roll out option than fiber to the home by allowing the service provider to re-use valuable existing copper plant. For example, G.fast can be delivered to an MDU, connecting individual customers with existing copper infrastructure.

Comtest has released a full suite of high-bandwidth, low-loss access solutions - CPE and NID splitters, baluns for coax application, MDF and cross connect systems, as well as custom enclosures and rackmount or internal CO splitter cards. As first to market, Comtest products have been a key part of many successful G.fast trials and deployments.

Development is continuing! Check back soon for more product announcements.
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