National Broadband Network NBN, 2015.pptx

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Initial goal: fibre-optic cable to 93% of premises. 7% fixed wireless or satellite connections. Initial goal: existing copper-wire telephone network will be disconnected in stages as the NBN is rolled out. In wireless and satellite areas, the copper network will be maintained for at least 20 years. http://www.nbnco.com.au/corporate-information/media-centre/ videos.html
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NBN: equipment
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NBN: equipment You buy your phone and internet from service providers such as Telstra, Optus, iiNet and Primus. You get a Network Termination Device or “NBN box” inside your premises or in a few cases on the outside wall.
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NBN: equipment You get a back-up battery to power a regular phone plugged into the NBN box for up to five hours in the event of a power failure. In apartment blocks, some equipment will be installed in a central location such as a basement and then each apartment will have its own NBN box.
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Technologies
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Copper lines Owned by Telstra Disconnection?
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FTTN Fibre to the Node
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FTTP/H Fibre to the premises/home
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Architecture (FTTH)
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Different views on the NBN
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Different views on the NBN: rural versus cities first
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Different views on the NBN: technologies
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Different views on the NBN: Cost
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Need for skilled people
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