In the mid-1920s, coax was applied to telephony networks as interoffice trunks. Rather than
having to add more copper cable bundles with 1,500 or 3,000 pairs of copper wires in them, it
was possible to replac
e those big cables (which are very difficult t
with coax has to do with the deployment architecture. Coaxial cable and HFC architectures are
deployed in bus topologies. In a bus topology, the bandwidth is shared, which means congestion
levels increase as more users in the neighborhood avai
involves connecting two or more computer networks via gateways using a common routing technology.
The result is called an internetwork (often shortened to internet).
The interconnection of network
It appears that the main pillars of the energy sector policy should
aim to increase the quantity of power while at the same time ensuring
cost of power is made regionally and internationally competitive as
possible. An examination of the status o