The G.fast over Coax multi-user access technology is compatible with cable TV signals on existing coaxial networks, which serve as a crucial access medium for home networks. By flexibly allocating unoccupied frequency bands (1 GHz maximally) for G.fast access, the technology provides a 1 Gbit/s downstream shared bandwidth to serve up to 32 users over coaxial cables. With this technology, coaxial network users are able to experience superfast broadband speeds.
As a cutting-edge access technology, G.fast is mainly applied to short-distance twisted pairs to deliver Gigabit access.
G.fast technology has become increasingly popular since the release of the world's first G.fast prototype by
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