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Hello ım Using Gpon Huawei. I living Turkey ı have signal quality is good or not ? my apartman 1x8 using fiber splitter but ı dont know how to understand. this signal quality. thanks. 486 mt. in the outside olt. fibre cable. my packet 100 mbit / 10 mbit



Fiber splitter

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Not Fiber splitter. directly connetion ont and main connect.

 

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if you get provided speed, then your signal is good enough.

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Understanding this isn't really important unless you're trying to troubleshoot a connection issue. If your 'current values' are withing the stated 'reference values' then the service should work.

 

Not sure why you'd want a local splitter prior to your ONT, especially if it's not being utilized for anything. A 'splitter' will halve the original available signal (as seen in your "RX Optical Power" samples).

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Your optical power levels (downstream RX and upstream TX) are fine as long as they are between the "reference levels."   The reference levels are the levels of power the router/equipment will operate properly within.    And too much power can be as bad as not enough power.    Your optical power levels are just fine....well within the reference levels.

 

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