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Residential Fiber Optic Networks By David P. Reed

Residential Fiber Optic Networks
by David P. Reed

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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.
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Residential Fiber Optic Networks: An Engineering and Economic Analysis by David P. Reed

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.

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Table of Contents


Part 1 Engineering and economics of network evolution: introducing fiber optics into the subscriber loop - a framework for network evolution; optical network architectures for the subscriber loop; developing the engineering cost models; model results; the impact of technological breakthroughs. Part 2 Regulating the network evolution: existing barriers and strategies to network evolution; competitive and network access in the subscriber loop; other important policy objectives in the subscriber loop. Appendices: A-C.

Additional information

GOR010084336
Residential Fiber Optic Networks: An Engineering and Economic Analysis by David P. Reed
David P. Reed
Telecommunications Library
Used - Good
Hardback
Artech House Publishers
1992-12-01
368
0890066000
9780890066003
N/A
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