Wired broadband technologie
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/G.fast
(with vectoring max. 300/100 Mbps down-/upstream rate within 0,2 km efficiency range)
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 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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