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Residential Broadband, Second Edition

 
Residential Broadband, Second Edition

Author: George Abe
Web Price: $50 US
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
ISBN: 1578701775
Publication Date: 12/23/99
Pages: 416

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Residential Broadband, Second Edition, aims to provide a comprehensive, accessible introduction to the topics surrounding high-speed networks to the home. It is written for anyone seeking a broad-based familiarity with the issues of residential broadband (RBB) including product developers, engineers, network designers, business people, professionals in legal and regulatory positions, and industry analysts. Consumers-the people who are buying and using RBB services-will also find this book to be an interesting peek into what the future holds for them. Readers will learn about the services that are driving the market, the technical issues shaping the evolution, and the network within the home and how it connects to the access network. The author explains the technical concerns, accessibility, the current state, and potential future of cable TV, xDSL, FTTx, wireless access networks, and home networks.

 

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Introduction

  

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Market Drivers

  

2. -

 

Technical Foundationsof Residential Broadband

  

3. -

 

Cable TV Networks

  

4. -

 

xDSL Access Networks

  

5. -

 

FTTx Access Networks

  

6. -

 

Wireless Access Networks

  

7. -

 

Home Networks

  

8. -

 

Evolving to RBB: Systems Issues, Approaches, and Prognoses

  

A. -

 

RBB-Related Companies and Organizations

  

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Professional Organizations and Regulatory Agencies

  

C. -

 

Service Providers

 

Breaking News

One of the primary architects of OpenCable, Michael Adams, explains the key concepts of this initiative in his book OpenCable Architecture.

Expert Advice

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Residential Broadband, Second Edition
by George Abe

Introduces the topics surrounding high-speed networks to the home. It is written for anyone seeking a broad-based familiarity with the issues of residential broadband (RBB) including product developers, engineers, network designers, business people, professionals in legal and regulatory positions, and industry analysts.

             
     

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