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A PDF version of the Handbook can be downloaded from the FTTH Council Europe website.
- Chapter 1 /Introduction
- Chapter 2 /FTTH Network Description
- Chapter 3 /Network Planning
- Chapter 4 /Active Equipment
- Chapter 5 /Infrastructure Sharing
- Chapter 6 /Infrastructure Network Elements
- Chapter 7 /In-house Cabling
- Chapter 8 /Deployment Techniques
- Chapter 9 /Fibre and Fibre Management
- Chapter 10 /Operation and Maintenance
- Chapter 11 /FTTH Test Guidelines
- Chapter 12 /FTTH Network Troubleshooting
- Appendix A /IEC Standards
- Appendix B /European Standards
- Appendix C /10 Most Frequently Asked Questions
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Revision date: 06/02/2012
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