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Passive Optical LAN technology is a point-to-multipoint architecture that provides the capability to securely deliver voice, data, and IP video and/or broadband video over a single strand of optical fiber.

Network traffic is transported between these devices over a passive optical fiber infrastructure that generally consists of the following components:

» Connectorized single-mode optical fiber cable

» Passive optical splitters

» Fiber adapter plates and cassette modules

» Fiber enclosures (rack/wall/ceiling mount)

» Faceplates/surface mount enclosures/pass-through couplers