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FTTdp – Fibra hasta un punto de distribución

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FTTdp es básicamente la misma solución estructural que FTTC pero en vez de usar VDSL2 en el tramo final se usará su evolución, que actualmente se conoce como tecnología G.Fast y que promete unos rendimientos similares a las actuales redes de fibra que llegan directamente a los hogares. FTTdp, ventajas e inconvenientes La principal ventaja ya la hemos comentado, un abaratamiento de la instalación de las redes de fibra ya que el último tramo, el que llega hasta los hogares, que además suele ser el…

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What is FTTdp

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FTTdp is short for Fiber To The Distribution Point, It is kind of FTTx, and very similar to FTTC (Fiber to the Curb) or FTTN (Fiber to the Node), but is one-step close again moving the end of the fiber to within meters of the boundary of the customers premises in last junction possible junction box known as the “distribution point” this allows for near-gigabit speeds In FTTdp deployments, a limited number of subscribers at a distance of up to 200-300 m are linked to…

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Three Main Factors Affecting FTTx Deployment

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When operators weigh up their FTTx architecture options, a number of factors will have to be taken into account. These include what assumptions are made about customers’ bandwidth requirements; the topology of the existing legacy network; the level of competition from cable operators; the cost of laying fibre to the node compared with running it the way to the home or building; population density, and the regulatory environment. For the purposes of the The FTTx Mini-Guide, we will focus on three key areas: customers’ bandwidth…

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FTTH/P network benchmarking in Slovenia

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Market and regulatory overview In June 2011, Slovenia had a broadband penetration rate of 60.7% of households. There are three major broadband providers, led by Telekom Slovenije (TS) (42.7%), T-2 (18.9%) and Telemach (16.3%). Tus Telekom, Amis and other smaller broadband providers make up the remaining 22% market share At the end of September 2010, 62.1% of broadband connections were provided over DSL, with 22.3% delivered via cable and 15% via FTTx12. In 2010, Slovenia had 55% and 51% household coverage of FTTH and FTTC…

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Taking Copper to Greater Heights With Best Practices for Pair Bonding

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Today, more than 1 billion households are still connected to a copper line.1 As the reality of supporting HDTV and video in just about every room has become the norm and no longer a luxury, higher bandwidth for Triple Play Services (voice, data, and video) continues to see a growing demand. Leading telco service providers around the globe have struggled to keep up in the past until the introduction of pair bonding, a blessing from the DSL powers above. Through the early deployments of this…

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