How It Works:
Line Powered G.hn to Ethernet Ethernet Endpoint with POE/POE+
“Fiber to the Home” is far from the only and most efficient technology to deliver Gigabit Internet access to subscribers. Retrofitting an existing (brownfield) Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) with fiber is complex and expensive. The G2002 series of G.hn to Ethernet Endpoint is line-powered from the Positron G.hn Access Multiplexer (GAM) and complements the popular G1001 and G1002 series with support for two (2) Gigabit Ethernet ports with one of the ports providing power to Ethernet devices as per the 802.3af / 802.3at standards.
With the G2002-M+ and line power from the GAM, you can now combine G.hn over copper to build whole-MDU Wi-Fi coverage with seamless roaming in a very flexible approch. This allows Operators to install and control the Wi-Fi infrastructure using their preferred Wi-Fi vendor.
The G2002-M+ supports the ITU-T G.9960 G.hn Wave-2 standard and is designed to operate over the existing telephone wiring (UTP, CAT-3 or CAT-5/5e) and deliver a Gigabit Internet service to each subscriber at a lower cost and without the complexity
and delays associated with in-building fiber installation. G.hn is used as an Access technology by Operators looking to simplify their access network and backend infrastructure with an Ethernet-like technology that is highly scalable without some of the inherent complexity of DSL-related technologies. With G.hn as the Access technology, Operators deliver advanced services such as Gigabit Residential Internet and 4K IPTV.