Fibre to the Distribution Point (FTTdp) is a broadband access network technology that encompasses fibre to the street lead-in pit at the front fence, with an average copper lead-in length of 30m. FTTdp promises very high VDSL2 capability, with easy upgrading to G.fast or individual FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) on an on-demand basis. The network capability of FTTdp is thus very close to the capability of a full FTTP deployment. Cost savings compared to FTTP promise to be substantial ? a possible...
This editorial notes several key indicators of record growth in Australian telecommunications, as the backdrop to the second issue of this multidisciplinary policy Journal. The growth in social connectivity and 'big data', together with the rapid evolution of new infrastructure technologies, all pose interesting challenges for good policy making – and for keeping up with new developments
Ever wondered: Where, what and how customer premises devices are tested? What a simulated home of a lounge, bedrooms and entertainment room with fixed wire and wireless devices look like? Are you interested to look at example of how services to home are connected via pit and pipe for copper and fibre? Would you like to learn about NBN and Fibre To The Premises Network Termination Devices?
22nd May 2013