Reliability For Access Networks
Whether the access network is purely optical fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) or based on a mixed fiber/copper technology - fiber-to-the-curb (FTTC), fiber-to-the building (FTTB), the requirements for operation and maintenance are changing dramatically compared to pure digital subscriber loop-based access. At the same time, expectations have been set to reduce the maintenance effort, especially on the fiber network, because it is regarded as more reliable than copper.
- Mobile Network – 4G/5G
- Fixed Network - FTTx
- Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)
- Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
- In-Building Solutons (IBS)
- Transport Network
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- The access network is the network or the part of a telecommunications network that gives the user access to the telecommunications service.
- An access network carries signals to all routers on a network, including edge routers. Edge routers, sometimes also called end systems, are computers or servers that enable network communication. The access network is the term used to describe a network that connects every router or server that needs Internet access. In contrast, the term core network is typically used to describe the mainframe of a network, such as the hardware that comprises an Internet service provider‘s main hub.
- Access networks, when describing Internet connectivity, are slightly different from radio access networks. Radio access networks consist of radios and antennae, nodes (or cells), and copper or fiber optic cables. The concept is similar, but radio access networks are used for cellular communications and devices.
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