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Buckley, Sean
November 2004
Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Nov2004, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p37
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the use of coax lines in business networks. Initially, cable operators built a fiber overlay network for businesses, but with high costs to lay fiber, they have been driven to examine alternative solutions and they are encouraged to utilize existing cable plant. In the 860-1 GHz spectrum range, Narad Networks' broadband Access Network provides dedicated 100 Mbps of switched Ethernet by creating shorter runs and regenerating signals at shorter intervals. Alternatively, Xtend Networks converts new business services at the 1-3 GHz band. In addition to offering products for fiber-based networks, Scientific Atlanta's coax-based BroadLAN Transport System can deliver 40 Mbps of bi-directional bandwidth over existing HFC plant.


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