Abstract

Comprehensive cost modeling of fiber-to-the-home passive optical network solutions, which includes outside plant, head end, and premises equipment and labor, reveals the potential of 4%-5% savings per subscriber ($100-$140) for networks with enhanced reach-and-split ratio compared with equipment available today.

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  1. M. D. Vaughn, M. Chia and R. E. Wagner, "A bottom-up traffic demand model for long haul and metropolitan optical networks", presented at the Optical Fiber Communication Conf. (OFC'03), Atlanta, GA, Paper MF111, Mar. 23-28, 2003.
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  4. M. D. Vaughn, "FTTH cost modeling: Impact of split location and value of added splits, extended reach and equipment consolidation", presented at the 2003 Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Conf., New Orleans, LA, Session B06, Oct. 7-9, 2003.

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M. D. Vaughn, M. Chia and R. E. Wagner, "A bottom-up traffic demand model for long haul and metropolitan optical networks", presented at the Optical Fiber Communication Conf. (OFC'03), Atlanta, GA, Paper MF111, Mar. 23-28, 2003.

[Online]. Available: www.nielsen-netratings.com

N. Frigo, K. I. Reichmann and P. Iannone, "Whatever happened to fiber-to-the-home?", presented at the Optical Fiber Communication Conf. (OFC'03), Atlanta, GA, Paper TuR1, Mar. 23-28, 2003.

M. D. Vaughn, "FTTH cost modeling: Impact of split location and value of added splits, extended reach and equipment consolidation", presented at the 2003 Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) Conf., New Orleans, LA, Session B06, Oct. 7-9, 2003.

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