Positron G.hn to Ethernet Managed Demarcation Point
“Fiber to the Home” is far from the only and most efficient technology to deliver Gigabit Internet access to subscribers. Retrofitting an existing (brownfield) Multi- Dwelling Unit (MDU) with fiber is complex and expensive. The G1000 series of G.hn to Ethernet Managed Demarcation Point devices complement the Positron G.hn Aggregation Multiplexer (GAM) family to deliver near symmetrical Gigabit Internet access to subscribers in MDUs over the existing telephone or coaxial infrastructure at a fraction of the cost of alternatives.
About the G1000 Managed Demarcation Point
The Positron G.hn to Ethernet Bridge (G1000-M for twisted pair or G1000-C for coaxial) is a Managed Demarcation Point acting as a Virtual CPE (vCPE) that can be used to connect to a Residential Gateway (RG) that does not have native support for G.hn on its WAN port.
The G1000-M and G1000-C devices are used to control how a Residential Gateway (or User CPE) connects to the G.hn Access Network under the control of the Positron GAM. In this role, they make sure the information transmitted over the G.hn links is protected with strong AES-128 encryption. When used in Point-to-multipoint mode (coaxial wiring), the G1000-C operates under control of the GAM to isolate the traffic from each subscribers that share the same coax splitter.