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“Broadband Optical Access Networks and Fiber-to-the-Home: Systems Technologies and Deployment Strategies” ed. by Chinlon Lin
John Wiley & Sons | 2006 | ISBN: 0470094788 9780470094785 | 335 pages | PDF | 6 MB

 

This book presents a comprehensive technical overview of key technologies and deployment strategies for optical broadband access networks and emerging new broadband services. The authors discuss network design considerations, new services, deployment trends and operational experiences, while explaining the current situation and providing insights into future broadband access technologies and services.

Compared with the currently well-deployed broadband access technologies of ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) and Cable Modems, optical broadband access with Fiber-to-the-User’s home will cater for much higher speed access for new services.

This book is an invaluable resource for engineers in research and development, network planners, business managers, consultants as well as analysts and educators for a better understanding of the future of broadband in the field of telecommunications, data communications, and broadband multimedia service industries.

Contents
Foreword
Preface and Overview
Acronyms
Contributors List
1 Broadband Optical AccessTechnologies and FTTH Deployment in NTT
2 Today’s Broadband Fiber Access Technologies and Deployment Considerations at SBC
3 FTTH: The Swedish Perspective
4 Broadband Access Networks and Services in Korea
5 Broadband Fiber-to-the-HomeTechnologies, Strategies, and Deployment Plan in Open Service Provider Networks: Project UTOPIA
6 High-Speed FTTH Technologies in an Open Access Platform – the European MUSE Project
7 Residential Broadband PON (B-PON) systems
8 Optical Networks for the Broadband Future
9 An Evolutionary Fibre-to-the-Home Network and System Technologies: Migration From HFC to FTTH Networks
10 FTTH Systems, Strategies, and Deployment Plans in China
11 Integrated Broadband Optical Fibre/Wireless LAN Access Networks
12 Broadband Optical Access. FTTH, and Home Networks – the Broadband Future

 

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