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  1. 1. Broadband Internet: Projects to provide Internet broadband access for public audience, free of charge and without geographical limits 66.77 Sistemas de Comunicaciones Paperwork n 9 Group N 4: Cotelli, Andrés (86556) Munaretti, Gastón (74421) Candial, Mariano (81522)
  2. 2. Introduction  Public Wireless Network • Service provided by municipality connecting municipal buildings and services to give broadband access to the entire population
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. Advantages  Lower costs: because it’s a communitarian connection shared by everyone • Infrastructure: installation of the network as it is in a municipality is not a big investment. • VoIP services: within metropolitan environment, allowing to substitute traditional analog telephone lines and RSDI, eliminating the common expense of them.  Mobility: users can keep connected while it’s moving within a geographical area. • Connectivity: wireless networks allow to connect remote devices easily to distances such different as from a few meters to kilometers. • Financing: it can be public or private or a combination of both
  5. 5. Disadvantages Security  Users control: from the municipality to those who access the network  Network congestion: in highly populated places or with many users in transit which will lead to a very large distribution of available broadband.  Coverage: distant places from access points where the signal can get there with less power and get coverage will be lost.
  6. 6. Applications Mobility Applications Citizens applications Traffic and access control Free public access Video surveillance Residential internet access Digital traffic advertisement Commercial and touristic information and promotion Working classmen mobility Educative collaboration Emergency and sanitary assistance support Free internet access in municipality places
  7. 7. Applications Municipality applications Other applications Interconnection between municipals places Measures for telemetry and contaminations levels Municipal intranet access Transportation interconnection E-administration Traffic light control Access to application for municipal management Smart applications for public transportation Data sharing in real time between headquarters Consumption control to improve energetic efficiency
  8. 8. Network structure  Backbone: main network that connects different population cores, usually through WiMax or optic fiber technology  Network access: starting from backbone it extends by network nodes towards end users. In this case, WiFi technology is use  Acccess points: devices necessary to connect users to municipal network
  9. 9. State of play in Argentina PLAN  It’s a strategic plan in which infrastructure and services are defined in communications for the entire country The main objective is to lower costs of broadband internet access, television and video but fundamentally to expand it equally to every person in the country
  10. 10. Strategic vectors •Strategic vector for Digital inclusion •Strategic vector for Radio electrical specter optimization •Strategic vector for Universal service management •Strategic vector for National production and employment generation in communications sector •Strategic vector for research and training of communications technologies •Strategic vector for infrastructure and connectivity •Strategic vector for competency encourage •Strategic vector for statistics and monitoring •Strategic vector for security State of play in Argentina “Argentina conectada”
  11. 11. State of play in Argentina “Argentina conectada”  “Argentina conectada” it’s a state policy which main objective is to generate a digital platform of infrastructure and services for government and citizen bonding.  Infrastructure and equipment for connectivity: set up a safe optic fiber network, strategic and sovereign, staring with zones without infrastructure and federalizing quality, prices and content  Government services and cultural content: technology for a better management and quality in communications between different government areas. Encourage in development of social valor content  Digital inclusion: implementation of spaces for access to new technologies that allow to develop skills and motorizes tools of communities development.  The company ARSAT SA, of state actives, has the function of implement projects in its different stages in an inclusive and federal way in function of public sector requirements (cooperatives, local operators, small companies) , social and cultural movement, productive, scientific and technological sector.
  12. 12.  Through full deployment of optical fiber federal network, the objective is to reach 97% of population for 2015. The 3% left will cover it’s necessities through satellite service. State of play in Argentina
  13. 13. State of play in Argentina Arsat in Argentinian State policies “Argentina Conectada”  Through a public investment of $8.000 million, "Argentina conectada” Telecommunications national plan, it’s objective is to expand broadband service and digital TV all along the country.  ARSAT, it’s in charge of implementation of the optic fiber federal network, and has in mind the construction of optic fiber in places where it has not arrived yet, through a 80.000 km network.
  14. 14. State of play in Argentina  In matter of infrastructure a federal network of optic fiber will be develop, established as public interests through decree number 1552/2010 that creates national plan “Argentina conectada”  It will impulse construction of national infrastructure complementary of existing communications networks (meaning, traditional operators)  It will be developed a first step of 10.000 kilometers of new networks, reaching 35.000 kilometers, tripling the current installed capacity.  Through the deployment of infrastructure and enlargement of services offer, an impact is achieved directly to wholesale of data transport, that will result in a reduction of inclusion and equality indices in the whole country regarding accessibility, quality of service and price Fiber optic Federal network
  15. 15. State of play in Argentina  With the purpose to guarantee availability in the entire national territory of an advances network of telecommunications, it will be deployed the optical fiber provincial network to build in every province of Argentina Republic.  Through network deployment the goal is to connect every city in the national territory, allowing to interconnect the backbone and local operators, who will be the ones to bring residential access service.  According to the schedule, the construction of provincial network is divided in two stages:  First stage was developed in 2011, covering the construction of 13.300 kilometer of optic fiber  Second stage has in mind the construction of 8.600 kilometer of optic fiber Red Provincial de Fibra Óptica
  16. 16. Knowledge Access core Are new spaces of connectivity through to learn, communicate, inform and have fun. Digital access point Public spaces of free internet connectivity and wireless technology State of play in Argentina “Argentina conectada”
  17. 17. State of play in Argentina “Argentina conectada”  Through backbone and province networks of optical fiber services will be guaranteed to the habitants of the national territory
  18. 18.  It’s the province with most development and implementation of infrastructure to promote free Wi-Fi. Highway of information  It’s a telecommunications network of broadband, that allows connection in all institutions and citizens of the province.  Interconnects more than 1200 places, distributed along four cardinal points of it  Connects the whole place of more of 20 habitants  Mayor communication system from Latin America  It’s developed through University of La Punta, giving free Wi-Fi to the whole San Luis population State of play in San Luis
  19. 19.  To expand the broadband en regions highly populated Wi-Max technology was adopted as Wi-Fi Backhaul  84 cities with free Wi-Fi for the whole community  600 Mbps of internet traffic  More than 100.000 users  478 antennas covering 84 places  5 cluster nodes of Wi-Max technology State of play in San Luis
  20. 20. Backbone topology  Ring and star for southern branch. State of play in San Luis
  21. 21.  Similar services to those in San Luis exist in the city of Buenos Aires, Rosario, Cordoba, etc. Besides there are ongoing project in most of the provinces along the country State of play in Argentina
  22. 22.  In most of developed industrial countries internet access is free and it has been like that for many years now.  USA and South Korea are highlighted among them  Every major city has some kind of service in public spaces.  In USA the FCC is planning to offer free wifi in the entiry country. For example, now a days Google already gives free access in the neighborhood of Chelsea in New York and in some places in Sillicon Valley  Gowex company offers free wifi connections in many countries around the world, availability can be checked in this map http://www.gowex.com/WiFi-gratis/mapa-gowex-wifi/ State of play around the world
  23. 23. Loon project (by Google)  Project Loon is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect people in rural and remote areas, help fill coverage gaps, and bring people back online after disasters.  Technology: balloons float in the stratosphere, twice as high as airplanes and the weather. They are carried around the Earth by winds and they can be steered by rising or descending to an altitude with winds moving in the desired direction. People connect to the balloon network using a special Internet antenna attached to their building. The signal bounces from balloon to balloon, then to the global Internet back on Earth.  How Loon connects: Each balloon can provide connectivity to a ground area about 40 km in diameter at speeds comparable to 3G. For balloon-to-balloon and balloon-to-ground communications, the balloons use antennas equipped with specialized radio frequency technology. Project Loon currently uses ISM bands (specifically 2.4 and 5.8 GHz bands) that are available for anyone to use.
  24. 24. O3b (other 3 billion)  12 satellites in a new constellation to provide affordable, high- speed Internet to people in nearly 180 "under-connected" countries, where shooted to space on 09/07/2013  The system would cover a region between the latitudes of 45 degrees North and 45 degrees South—the entire African continent, most of Latin America, the Middle East, southeast Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands.  There are already geostationary satellites providing this type of services, but at a prohibitive cost for many end-users. Existing satellites generally orbit at an altitude of some 36,000 kilometres (22,000 miles) above Earth, weigh in at a hefty four to six tonnes each, and take much longer to bounce a signal back to Earth— about 500 milliseconds to be exact, according to an O3b document. The O3b satellites, built by the Franco-Italian company Thales Alenia Space, will orbit at 8,062 km and will weigh only 650 kilogrammes (1,400 pounds) each. Investors include Internet giant Google, cable company Liberty Global, satellite operator SES, HSBC bank and the Development Bank of Southern Africa.
  25. 25. O3b Coverage map
  26. 26. State of play around the world Brasil Wifi comunitario. Community Wireless Free internet in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, a project with a sense of social inclusion Venezuela National Transport Network . Takes part of the "Draft Universal Communications Service" formulated by the National Telecommunications Commission (Conatel). For the execution of the work in turn subcontract to Alcatel - Lucent for laying fiber. The provision of network equipment in turn will be provided by Huawei. Australia National Broadband Plan. Australia's government in April 2009 based on the NBN Co., a national company to carry out the National Broadband Plan. Paris WiFi access also available on public sites like 21 stations where you can find Bastilla or Saint Lazare. Two of the most touristic stations on Paris.
  27. 27. • http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_inal%C3%A1mbrica_mun icipal • http://www.adnpolitico.com/ciudadanos/2013/02/20/libre- internet-para-todos-la-primera-iniciativa-ciudadana • http://www.argentinaconectada.gob.ar • http://www.google.com/loon/ • http://www.o3bnetworks.com/ • http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-01-08/google- to-offer-free-wi-fi-in-chelsea • http://www.gowex.com/wifi-gratis/app-gowex-wifi-free/ References

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