Theoretical and Technical Aspects of Optical Access Networks Construction
Keywords:optical access network, optical fibre, splitter, optical distribution point, optical access node, radial, or rectangular network configuration, attraction area, subscriber
There are numeroustelecommunication operators in the worldwho have started to replace old metallic cable networks by networks based on cables with opticalfibres or to build completely new optical networks which costa lot of money. To provide guidance to these costs, general theoretical formulae have been derived on simplified assumptions which should enable the basic orientation to the costs that the construction of an opticalaccess network requires. The theoretically obtained results are compared with the practical solution of a real opticalaccess network.
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