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In the mid 1990s, the vision for an asynchronous last mile link to deliver video services over existing voice-grade cable drove the early investment in Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) With traf c patterns of high-speed Internet access, ADSL and its implementation began with a completely different market than originally envisioned In the next generation usage of the DSLs, the convergence of voice, video and data is a driving factor In this chapter, we highlight the major features and bene ts of ADSL, SHDSL and VDSL technologies We address implementation issues, as well as emerging standardization efforts affecting the DSL technologies
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11: Fiber in the last mile
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Despite the seemingly high cost structure, ber solutions are fast becoming prominent in the last mile, for two reasons Primarily, the other three technological solutions (copper, wireless and
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power line) cannot meet the emerging needs of high-bandwidth services like video-on-demand, and hence, ber solutions are the best alternative for providing high-bandwidth ubiquitous services Secondly, the cost of ber solutions has considerably declined due to maturity in the associated technology In this chapter, we describe the topological model and architecture for PON systems, we discuss the different types of passive optical network, namely APON, GPON, EPON and WDM PON, and the components in PON systems
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12: Ethernet in the rst mile
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Ethernet in the rst mile, frequently called EFM, combines a number of new access technologies with the ubiquitous Ethernet to provide a cost-effective, standard-based, simple solution for the access part of metropolitan networks EFM introduces a couple of copper solutions and a set of passive optical solutions, as well as management and environmental capabilities This chapter summarizes the results of the standardization effort within the IEEE 8023ah Working Group, which resulted in an approved standard in 2004
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13: DOCSIS as a foundation for residential and commercial community networking over hybrid ber coax
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Cable TV distribution systems play an important role in delivering broadband services CATV systems distribute RF signals from a central location, called the headend , to the end subscriber nodes The current cable distribution systems include a combination of coaxial cable with ber optic cable, and are commonly called hybrid ber coax (HFC) networks New cable-based services, such as Internet access and digital telephone, provide interactive connectivity to the end user, so the cable system needs to be bidirectional This chapter deals with DOCSIS, a technical standard developed originally by CableLabs, which de nes a transmission mechanism to provide data network connectivity through an HFC cable system
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14: Broadband wireless access networks: a roadmap on emerging trends and standards
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Broadband wireless communication is expected to expand social and economic bene ts arising from entertainment, e-commerce, teleworking, e-learning and e-government It may also be the desired bridge toward the ubiquitous and pervasive utilization of the Internet platform The aim of this chapter is twofold First, it provides a snapshot of current technologies, standards and regulation policies involved with the Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) paradigm Secondly, it explores some emerging BWA trends, future BWA potential bene ts, projected demands, expected progress and challenges for the multiple (often contrasting) technological options envisaged for providing BWA to the end users Future trends, such as Wireless Personal Area Networks, Wireless Local Area Networks, Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks and satellitebased systems, are also presented and compared
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15: Community case studies in North America
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In this chapter, we show how the technology, business and society-related principles of community networks are implemented in practice We focus on implementation of these concepts by studying some deployment case studies in North America, primarily those that are unique and have different solutions
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16: European broadband initiatives with public participation
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This chapter is a selection of ve characteristic examples of broadband projects created by some form of public participation in different countries in Europe The case studies differ by the business models, products and services provided, models for public participation and the underlying technology The ve case studies are: the Stockholm municipality s dark ber network, Fastweb, a fully- edged multimedia service provider in Milan, the infrastructure created by Endesa in the Spanish city Zaragoza, based on power line communication technology, the satellite-based solution successfully tested in the South West Region of Ireland, and nally, a special form of public participation, the broadband demand aggregation, implemented in the UK
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