They manage to use ADSL and 8Gbps cable with MGFast.

by Kelvin
Им удается летать по ADSL и кабелю со скоростью 8 Гбит / с.

With G.Fast it was possible to use 106 or 212 MHz profiles instead of 8.5, 17.664 or even 35 MHz profiles used with VDSL2 … Thanks to this, it is possible to achieve speed up to 1 Gbps at distances less than 100 meters. At 100 meters, 900 Mbps are guaranteed; from 200 meters, 600 Mbps; from 300 meters, 300 Mbps; from 500 meters, 100 Mbps. Download speed is limited 50 Mbps

They manage to fly over ADSL and cable at 8 Gbps.

Gfast “only” reaches 1 Gbps

The Broadband Forum recommended deploying G.Fast using FTTdp ( Fiber to the distribution point ), similar to FTTN, where the fiber reaches a certain point and the last section uses copper media. So while everything in Spain will be fiber optic in four years’ time, the rest of the world, the deployment of fiber optics leaves a lot to be desired. For this reason, copper-based technologies such as the new MGfast standard continue to evolve.


They manage to use ADSL and 8Gbps cable with MGFast. 3

This new ITU standard is able to use ADSL or cable to achieve speed 8 Gbps in Full duplex (FDX) mode and 4 Gbps Time Division Duplex (TDD) … This standard, whose technical name is ITU G.9711, promises not only high speed, but also low latency, as well as the ability to offer QoS that meets today’s Internet needs. With it you can broadcast content in 4K and 8K, and even play in the cloud with low latency.

MGfast: double the frequency and up to 8 Gbps

While could reach frequencies 106 and 212 MHz , with MGfast it is possible to achieve frequencies up to 424 MHz as as long as the distance to the node is less. In the next image, we see the crosshair.

They manage to use ADSL and 8Gbps cable with MGFast. 4 MGfast is a technology that replaces G.Fast though both can be used at the same time. The advantage they offer is that no need to replace the current wiring in the house … This allows you to offer a better Internet connection in a building using all existing copper wiring without having to replace it with fiber optic cable.

In the long run, it is better to replace everything with fiber, but if there are cost concerns this may be a good temporary solution. Thus, users only need to change the router, since there is no need to install sockets or use ONT. This allows deployments to proceed at a faster rate while the ADSL centers are closed, which reduces energy consumption and space.