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Cybermoor Study Visit - Community Broadband Tech options

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3 technology options

  1. 1. TECHNOLOGY OPTIONS
  2. 2. TECHNOLOGY OPTIONSWirelessFibre to the HomeFibre to the Cabinet
  3. 3. Take into accountYour visionFunding – how much can be invested, what canyou affordRunning costsEnvironmentCommunity feelingFINDING THE RIGHT MIX
  4. 4. WiFi based with connection intoschool Good start Established relay points aroundAlston Moor Interference became a growingproblem Demarcation of problems withcustomer equipment Flexible and works on multipledevices CLEO link from County CouncilWHERE WE STARTED
  5. 5. Proxim equipment upgradedbackbone links of the networkUpgrade customer equipment towork in 5.8Ghz band More control Higher bandwidthStill some interference problemsImpossible to increase backhauWIRELESS UPGRADE
  6. 6. Cumbria and Lancashire Education Online(CLEO)Northumberland County Council / VirginMediaVirgin MediaBACKHAUL
  7. 7. Mixture of technologiesCisco Aironet 350 series (2.4Ghz)Proxim Tsunami (5.8Ghz)Ceragon Microwave linksUbiquitiAzotel Management SystemWIRELESS
  8. 8. FIBREFibreUnderground Emtelle fibre andductingOverground Corning optisnapCalix end user equipment
  9. 9. CORNING
  10. 10. EMTELLE - DUCTING
  11. 11. ACTIVE EQUIPMENT
  12. 12. Wireless Faster to deploy Low up front cost Needs replacing after a few years Interference issues Higher management costsFibre Expensive to deploy in remote areas Less prone to vagaries of rural power More reliable service Sufficient capacity to last for 30 years End user equipment lasts 10 yearsSUMMARY

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