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AVM explains connection types: Fiber optics
FRITZ!Box runs on any connection. In our series you'll find useful information about the individual connection types and their special features. In the fourth part of the series we take a look at fiber optic lines.
FRITZ!Box for fiber optic connections
Fiber optic technology, with its transmission speed of several gigabits per second, is generally considered the ultimate internet communication solution. But not every fiber optic cable is created equal.
35b supervectoring explained
Supervectoring 35b is the latest development of the VDSL standard, allowing for speeds of up to 300 MBit/s. Find out more with AVM.
Which FRITZ!Box should it be?
You decided to purchase a new FRITZ!Box – Great choice! But which model is right for you? In three simple steps, we explain what to look for.
AVM explains VoIP
Today, most calls are made not over a separate voice line, but using the same connection as the Internet access. How is this done and what benefits does it bring?
AVM explains DECT
Thanks to this technology you can make cordless telephone calls, use your FRITZ!Fon to listen to music, view pictures, read e-mail, and control your Smart Home devices and media player. But what's behind DECT and how does it work?
AVM explains band steering
Band steering became a new feature in the WiFi sector with the release of FRITZ!OS 6.80. Here you can find out how to benefit from band steering.
AVM explains powerline
Home network out of the socket – how does that work? With powerline you can transmit your data over your home's electrical wiring. We'll explain the technology behind it.
Transferring settings to another FRITZ!Box
When you buy a new FRITZ!Box, you don't necessarily have to configure it from scratch: You can save the data and settings on the old box and reactivate them later.
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