Design strategies for fiber-to-the-home/business vary among planning consultants, engineering firms, and providers, but the basics are the same – planning, engineering, field verification, and final design.
ONUG worked with their customer to finalize the type of architecture to be used for a competitive overbuild of a mid-sized city with limited pole access. The customer decided upon a centralized splitter GPON network and ONUG developed a detailed set of specifications for the planning, design, construction and implementation.
Utilizing the information available through the city’s GIS system, ONUG was able to ascertain all of the information needed to identify the areas within the city for the greatest impact on take-rate, least amount of placement obstacles, and the land-base for our planning, engineering and construction documents. The targeted area consisted of various types of single family and multi-family residences, varying in densities and layouts, with scattered businesses throughout the area.