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ODF offers point-to-point and point-to-multipoint connection topologies and intrusive or non-intrusive monitoring options. Various topology and monitoring options are implemented by embedding passive optical components and loopback facilities.

Technology Overview

AODF (Automated Optical Distribution Frame) in its simplest configuration is effectively a remotely controlled optical patch panel. Sealed enclosure, minuscule power consumption, resilience to shock & vibration and rack-compatible dimensions allows AODF deployment virtually anywhere. AODF can reside at Telecom offices, data centers, neighborhood communication facilities, street cabinets, landing stations and equipment test set-ups. AODF modular design allows various device heights. AODF 19” footprint and servicing through enclosure front only allow easy deployment in Telecom and Datacom racks.

Automated up to 3,400 ports

Single-Mode or Multimode Fiber Optic Cables

Native switching elements with single, dual or highdensity fiber capability

Local- or remote-controlled

Multi-user operation

Robust and Reliable

Servicing AODF does not disrupt connections. Robotic subsystem can be served or entirely replaced without AODF removal from its rackmount assembly, neither does it require any cable disconnection.

AODF enclosure may be equipped with SC, LC and MTP sockets, facilitating fit to local installation practices. Subject to minimum order volume, AODF may be provided with cables exiting the enclosure in various manners and various lengths, terminated with connectors of choice or open-ended for splicing.

Zero maintenance

AODF capacity can scale by clustering several devices. Hierarchical structure can be implemented by clustering AODF implementing multi-fiber connections with AODF implementing individual fiber connections.

AODF implements access control features to safeguard the integrity of the optical layer infrastructure, preventing unauthorized operation. All communications to and from the AODF are authenticated and encrypted, end-to-end.

Security

TeliSwitch has included special access control features in the AODF to safeguard the integrity of the optical layer infrastructure, preventing unauthorized operation. All communications to and from the AODF are authenticated and encrypted, end-to-end.

For application-specific details see “Solutions”. 

Applications

Remote Switching Nodes

Backup & Schedules

Fiber Plant surveillance

10Gbps, 40Gbps or 100Gbps signals

Analogue signals

Time to take your fibers, robotically.