Corning

Corning
Corning

DAS networks are evolving from an infrastructure based on rigid coax copper cable to ones based on single-mode fiber. That’s the same type of infrastructure used for other building networks, such as passive optical LAN. Consequently, DAS networks and PONs not only can leverage the same single-mode fiber cabling but also can use the same bulk power plant, power backup, and common cable management, thereby delivering cost savings for the facility owner.