Methods for Supporting Vectoring when Multiple Service Providers Share the Cabinet Area

@inproceedings{Colmegna2012MethodsFS,
  title={Methods for Supporting Vectoring when Multiple Service Providers Share the Cabinet Area},
  author={Andrea Colmegna and Stefano Galli and Marc Goldburg},
  year={2012}
}
Vectoring cancels crosstalk between multiple VDSL2 lines and can greatly improve rate reach performance of VDSL2, particularly on short loops. Vectoring is only performed on lines within a vector group so that vectored lines may experience un-cancelled crosstalk from nearby lines that are either non-vectored or in a separate vector group (mixed scenario). If nothing is done to mitigate the effects of un-cancelled crosstalk in mixed scenarios, then vectored lines may suffer performance… CONTINUE READING

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