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Broadband network
Wired broadband technologie
Copper wires
Copper wires are defined as 'legacy telephone unshielded copper twisted pair', providing broadband connections by using xDSL-technologies,
or VDSL/VDSL2/VDSL2-Vplus/VDSL2 vectoring/
(with vectoring max. 300/100 Mbps down-/upstream rate within 0,4 km efficiency range)

Coaxial cables
Broadband internet via coaxial cable is usually offered to customers via the existing cable TV (CATV) network.
The coaxial cable consists of a copper core and a copper-shielding coat.
The TV cable networks are therefore much more efficient than the traditional telephone networks.
Docsis 3.0/3.1/4.0 higher bandwidths to end-users of up to 10 Gbps.
Moca 2,5 higher bandwidths to end-users of up to 2,5 Gbps.
TCEOC higher bandwidths to end-users of up to 750 Mbps

Optical fibre
Optical fibre lines consist of cables of glass fibre connected to end-users’ homes (FTTH), buildings (FTTB) or street cabinets (FTTC).
They allow for very high transmission rates of 100 Gbps and more within very wide (10-60 km) efficiency range.
This is the most future-oriented solution, but requires high investment in passive infrastructure
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