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Residential Fiber Optic Networks

Author : David P. Reed
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This book delivers information and analysis on fiber in the subscriber loop, and elucidates the competitive advantages to be gained by implementation. The book analyzes engineering, economic and policy issues involved in the deployment of residential fiber optics networks. The text includes a comparison between the telephone and cable television industries, addresses which services can be economically provided by a fiber network, predicts who is likely to deliver those services and describes the most efficient network architecture.

Residential Fiber Optic Networks

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Home Networking Technologies and Standards

Author : Theodore B. Zahariadis
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Here is a thorough treatment of distortion in RF power amplifiers. This unique resource offers expert guidance in designing easily linearizable systems that have low memory effects. It offers you a detailed understanding of how the matching impedances of a power amplifier and other RF circuits can be tuned to minimize overall distortion. What's more, you see how to build models that can be used for distortion simulations. A new measurement methodology enables you to gauge the amplitude and phase of distortion components and recognize memory effects. The book explains that by killing memory effects, it is possible to use simple linearizers, such as analog predistortion, and still achieve sufficient performance. You learn a distortion analysis technique that allows you to repeat the analysis with other amplifier structures. Including over 120 equations and more than 110 illustrations, this practical reference provides you with the assistance you need to create amplifiers suitable for linear transmitters, and offers you new views of semiconductor modeling.

Fiber Optics Weekly Update June 11 2010

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Fiber Optics Yellow Pages

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Glasfaser bis ins Haus Fiber to the Home

Author : Wolfgang Kaiser
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Systeme zur optischen Übertragung in Glasfaserkabeln sind im Nachrichten-Weitverkehr bereits heute wirtschaftlicher als entsprechende Kupferkabelsysteme. Hier kommen die beiden großen Vorteile der optischen Übertragung in Glasfasern, nämlich die geringe Dämpfung und die große Bandbreite, voll zum Tragen. Die Möglichkeit einer Breitbandkommunikation mit Integration der verschiedensten Dienste auf der Basis von Glasfaser-Teilnehmeranschlußleitungen wird seit einer Reihe von Jahren intensiv untersucht. Darüber hinaus werden weltweit große Anstrengungen unternommen, durch Fortschritte in den optischen Komponenten, der Kabel- und Verbindungstechnik und insbesondere durch den Einsatz der Mikroelektronik und integrierten Optik Teilnehmeranschlüsse in Glasfasertechnik auch für Schmalbanddienste, also z.B. für Fernsprechen, genauso wirtschaftlich zu machen wie die herkömmlichen Anschlüsse in Kupfertechnik. Ziel des Kongresse war es, die im In- und Ausland beschrittenen Wege zu wirtschaftlichen Teilnehmeranschlüssen in Glasfasertechnik aufzuzeigen und damit einen Beitrag zur baldigen Einführung dieser zukunftsorientierten Technik zu leisten.

Integrated Broadband Networks

Author : M.C.J. Elton
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Integrated broadband networks (IBNs), when compared to high definition television, are seen by many as probably being more important to the future industrial competitiveness of the United States in the telecommunications field, and as certainly raising far more complex issues of economics, law, regulation, and social impact. The first concerted attempt to identify and investigate these issues was started in 1987 by a leading US telecommunications policy research center. This book presents key contributions to that study, each written by a leading authority in his field. Its breadth of coverage does justice to the multifaceted nature of the core policy issues; its scholarly standards make it a valuable resource for future researchers; and its relevance to immediate policy concerns makes it required reading for those who need to understand what will continue to be a highly controversial public debate for a long time to come.

U S Long Distance Fiber Optic Networks Technology Evolution and Advanced Concepts

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Fiber in the Loop

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Home Networks Monthly Newsletter January 2010

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Network World

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For more than 20 years, Network World has been the premier provider of information, intelligence and insight for network and IT executives responsible for the digital nervous systems of large organizations. Readers are responsible for designing, implementing and managing the voice, data and video systems their companies use to support everything from business critical applications to employee collaboration and electronic commerce.

Fiber Datacom

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Broadband

Author : National Research Council
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Broadband communication expands our opportunities for entertainment, e-commerce and work at home, health care, education, and even e-government. It can make the Internet more useful to more people. But it all hinges on higher capacity in the “first mile†or “last mile†that connects the user to the larger communications network. That connection is often adequate for large organizations such as universities or corporations, but enhanced connections to homes are needed to reap the full social and economic promise. Broadband: Bringing Home the Bits provides a contemporary snapshot of technologies, strategies, and policies for improving our communications and information infrastructure. It explores the potential benefits of broadband, existing and projected demand, progress and failures in deployment, competition in the broadband industry, and costs and who pays them. Explanations of broadband’s alphabet soup â€" HFC, DSL, FTTH, and all the rest â€" are included as well. The report’s finding and recommendations address regulation, the roles of communities, needed research, and other aspects, including implications for the Telecommunications Act of 1996.

Broadband Access Networks

Author : Leif Aarthun Ims
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The access network is expected to be one of the major battlegrounds of telecommunications network operators, since upgrades of the existing narrowband access network will be the critical factor in supplying multimedia broadband services in a competitive market. The future broadband access network architecture needs to be flexible enough to efficiently support the provision of a full set of broadband and narrowband services with a wide range of capacity demands. A wide range of broadband access technologies are available. Furthermore, the key issues in the upgrading of the very cost sensitive access network are financial as well as technological, both for incumbent and new entrant operators. Thus, in order to identify minimum-risk introductory strategies the economic viability of access network broadband upgrades needs to be carefully assessed. However, despite the definite need for techno-economic evaluations, very few books have been published in this field. One of the reasons might be that broadband access network upgrading only very recently gained wide recognition as a key challenge for broadband delivery. Secondly, this kind of strategic work and these studies tend to be considered rather sensitive by operators, and thus both results and methodologies are not usually readily available. Thirdly, the work reported in this book in many respects was a major pioneering effort, which quite ambitiously aimed at modelling the whole life-cycle costs and revenue streams of access network upgrades, as opposed to several other efforts, which often are limited to pure investment cost comparisons.

Volume 37 Passive Optical Networks

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Fiber Optic ISDN Broadband Field Trials

Author : IGIC, Inc. Staff
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Hybrid Fiber Optic Coaxial Networks

Author : Ernest Tunmann
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This book covers the planning, design and implementation of hybrid fiber-optic coaxial (HFC) broadband networks in schools, universities, hospitals, factories and offices, whether they are in a single building or multiple campuses. Within the next few yea

Fiber optics weekly update

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Home Networks Monthly Newsletter December 2009

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Twelfth Annual Conference in European Fibre Optic Communications and Networks

Author : Conference on European Fibre Optic Communications and Networks (12, 1994, Heidelberg)
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