Multiservice access network upgrading in Europe: a techno-economic analysis

@article{Ims1996MultiserviceAN,
  title={Multiservice access network upgrading in Europe: a techno-economic analysis},
  author={L. Ims and B. T. Olsen and D. Myhre and M. L{\"a}hteenoja and J. Mononen and U. Ferrero and A. Zaganiaris},
  journal={IEEE Commun. Mag.},
  year={1996},
  volume={34},
  pages={124-134}
}
The article presents a techno-economic evaluation of strategies for developing the traditional access network along a cost effective path toward a future-proof multiservice broadband network. A broad range of appropriate network alternatives have been assessed for each of five representative European upgrade cases. The technological options that have been evaluated range from conventional copper-based networks to emerging new technologies such as hybrid fiber coax networks and ATM-based… Expand
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