Building an Access Network for Triple-Play Services
Doktar, Jan (2008-04-28)
Helsingin ammattikorkeakoulu Stadia Helsinki Polytechnic Stadia
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This final project was made for the Broadband department of TeliaSonera. This project gives an overview on how internet service provider might build an access network so that they can offer triple-play services. It also gives information on what equipment is needed and what is required from the access, aggregation and edge networks. The project starts by describing the triple-play service. Then it moves on to optical fiber cables, the network technology and network architecture. At the end of the project there is an example of the process and construction of the access network. It will give an overview of the total process and problems that a network planner might face during the planning phase of the project. It will give some indication on how one area is built from the start to finish. The conclusion of the project presents some points that must be taken into consideration when building an access network. The building of an access network has to be divided to a time span of eight to ten years, where one year is one phase in the project. One phase is divided into three parts; Selecting the areas and targets, Planning the areas and targets, and Documentation. The example area gives indication on the planning of an area. It is almost impossible to connect all targets at the same time. This means that the service provider has to complete the construction in two or three parts. The area is considered to be complete when more than 80% of the real estates have fiber.
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