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XDSL architecture

Author: Padmanand Warrier; Balaji Kumar
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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x-DSL is similar to ISDN - just much faster. This text describes the building blocks of digital x-DSL technology, including modulation protocols, error control protocols and data compression  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Padmanand Warrier; Balaji Kumar
ISBN: 0071350063 9780071350068
OCLC Number: 42858043
Description: xxvi, 469 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Targeted Audience xvi --
Benefits for the Reader xvi --
Chapter 1 Evolution to Broadband 1 --
What Is a Communications Network? 4 --
Architecture of Communication Networks 5 --
Categorization of Communication Networks Based on Topology 5 --
Categorization of Communication Networks Based on Traffic Transport Mechanisms 7 --
Categorization of Communication Networks Based on Functional Area 12 --
Categorization of Communication Networks Based on Dominant Applications 15 --
Telecommunications Networks 16 --
History of Telecommunications Networks 17 --
Architecture of Telecommunications Networks 19 --
Data Communications Networks 22 --
History of Data Communications Networks 22 --
Architecture of Data Communications Networks 26 --
Video Networks 27 --
History of Video Networks 27 --
Architecture of Video Networks 28 --
Broadband Networks--The Convergence of Networks for High-Speed Communications 31 --
Technological, Economic, and Regulatory Drivers for Convergence 34 --
Technological Drivers 34 --
Regulatory Drivers 35 --
Economic Drivers 35 --
Evolutionary Process Toward Convergence 36 --
Applications of Broadband Networks 39 --
Internet Access 39 --
Imaging 41 --
Chapter 2 Broadband Access Technologies and Architectures 45 --
Needs of Customers, Service Providers, and Equipment Manufacturers 46 --
Needs of Customers 47 --
Needs of Service Providers 47 --
Needs of Equipment Manufacturers 48 --
Key Requirements 48 --
Affordable Access 48 --
Ubiquitous Access 50 --
High-speed Access 51 --
Broadband Access Technologies 51 --
Copper-Loop Access Technologies (XDSL) 52 --
Cable Access Technologies 60 --
Satellite Technology 63 --
Broadband Access Architecture 65 --
IDLC (Integrated Digital Loop Carrier) 65 --
Hybrid Fiber/Coax (HFC) 66 --
Fiber-to-the-Curb (FTTC) and Other Fiber Architectures 69 --
LMDS 71 --
MMDS 72 --
DBS Architecture 73 --
Analysis of Broadband Technologies and Architectures 74 --
Part 2 DSL Technologies --
Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Copper-Loop Transmission 81 --
Background of PSTN Technology 82 --
Information, Data, and Signals 82 --
Analog Signals 83 --
Conversion of Human Voice into Analog Signals 84 --
PSTN and Analog Transmission 85 --
Evolution of the PSTN Core to Digital Transmission 88 --
Challenges and Limitations of the PSTN Access Network for Data Transmission 91 --
Signal Attenuation Due to Distance 91 --
Noisy Environment 92 --
Legacy of the Voice Access Network Architecture 95 --
Techniques to Overcome the Challenges and Limitations of the PSTN Access Network 98 --
Line Coding and Modulation/Demodulation 99 --
Error Control 108 --
Data Compression 116 --
Advanced Techniques 116 --
Echo Cancellation 117 --
Multi-dimensional Trellis Coding 117 --
Shell Mapping (Constellation Shaping) 119 --
Fast Training 119 --
Evolution of Modem Technology and Standards to DSL 120 --
Simultaneous POTS and DSL Service 122 --
Chapter 4 ADSL and ADSL Lite 125 --
History 126 --
Basic Network Architecture 130 --
Applications 132 --
Standards and Working Group Activities 133 --
Technology Discussion 137 --
Modulation Schemes 137 --
ANSI T1.413 Standard Overview 141 --
ADSL System Reference Model 142 --
ADSL Transport Classes 144 --
ADSL Overhead 146 --
ADSL Framing 148 --
Initialization 151 --
Fast Retraining for ADSL Lite 160 --
Power Management for ADSL Lite 164 --
Differences between T1.413i2, G.dmt, and G.lite 167 --
Current State of the Technology 168 --
Deployment Issues and Possible Solutions 168 --
Interoperability Efforts 176 --
Trials and Deployments 181 --
Future Directions 182 --
Chapter 5 HDSL and HDSL2 187 --
History 188 --
Basic Network Architecture 191 --
Applications 192 --
Standards Activities 194 --
Technology Discussion 195 --
Modulation Schemes 195 --
Overview of the Draft HDSL2 Standard 196 --
HDSL2 System Reference Model 197 --
H2TU Transceiver Reference Model 198 --
H2TU DS1 TC Layer Functional Characteristics 199 --
Initialization 201 --
Data Mode 205 --
Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning (OAM & P) 205 --
Current State of the Technology 206 --
Deployment Issues and Possible Solutions 206 --
Trials and Deployments 212 --
Future Directions 213 --
Chapter 6 VDSL 217 --
History 218 --
Basic Network Architecture 219 --
Applications 221 --
Standards and Special-Interest Group Activities 223 --
Technology Discussion 227 --
Modulation Schemes 227 --
Upstream Multiplexing 228 --
VDSL Proposals 230 --
ANSI Requirements Documents 236 --
VDSL Reference Model 236 --
VDSL Data Rates 239 --
VDSL Activation and States 240 --
Current State of the Technology 242 --
Deployment Issues and Possible Solutions 242 --
Future Directions 245 --
Chapter 7 Fundamentals of Higher-Layer Technologies 249 --
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) 250 --
Principles of ATM 251 --
Advantages (and Disadvantages) of ATM 257 --
ATM Standards 258 --
ATM Protocol Model 263 --
ATM Addressing 268 --
ATM Signaling 268 --
ATM Operations, Administration, and Maintenance (OAM) 270 --
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) 270 --
TCP/IP Standards 271 --
TCP/IP Protocol Architecture 272 --
PPP and Tunneling 280 --
PPP and the OSI Layer 282 --
PPP Initialization 284 --
PPP Data Transfer 288 --
PPP and Tunneling 289 --
Tunneling Protocols 291 --
Tunnel Establishment 291 --
Differences between Traditional Dial-up and Tunneling 293 --
Audio Compression 294 --
G.7xx Series of ITU Standards 295 --
ADPCM 296 --
CELP 297 --
Video Compression 298 --
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) Standard 299 --
H.261 Developed by the ITU 301 --
MPEG-1 Developed by ISO/IEC 302 --
MPEG-2 Developed by ISO/IEC 303 --
MPEG-4 Developed by ISO/IEC 305 --
Videoconferencing 306 --
H.32x Series of Standards Developed by the ITU 307 --
Part 3 Dsl Architecture --
Chapter 8 Premises and Access Network Architectures 311 --
Premise Network Architecture Requirements 312 --
CPE Configuration Requirements 314 --
U-interface Requirements 315 --
Service Definition Requirements 316 --
Proposed Premises Network Architectures 317 --
Single Host, Internal DSL Modem 317 --
Multiple Hosts, Internal DSL Modem 320 --
Single/Multiple Host(s), External DSL Modem Over ATM-based Premises Distribution 322 --
Single/Multiple Host(s), External DSL Modem Over Non-ATM Based Premises Distribution 324 --
Multiple Hosts, Any Media Premises Distribution Using Routing 329 --
Functions of the Access Network 332 --
User Port Functions 333 --
Service Port Functions 333 --
Core Functions 333 --
Transport Functions 334 --
Access Network System Management Functions 334 --
Network Elements of a DSL-based Access Architecture 334 --
Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) 335 --
Access Loop 336 --
Colocation or Central Office Equipment 336 --
Transport 338 --
Switch/Point-of-presence Location 339 --
Common Access Architectures 340 --
Integrated Digital Loop Carrier (IDLC) 341 --
Fiber-to-the-node (FTTN) and Other Fiber-based Loop Architectures (FTTC, FTTH, and FTTB) 343 --
CLEC Architecture 345 --
Architectural Issues 347 --
Operational 348 --
Economic 351 --
Regulatory 352 --
G.lite Specific Issues 353 --
Rate Change Due to Splitterless Operation 354 --
Maintaining a Network Presence during Reinitialization 355 --
Future Directions 357 --
Chapter 9 Service Architecture 363 --
Reference Architecture 364 --
Service and Higher-layer Architecture 367 --
Voice Services and Architecture 368 --
Protocol Stack 368 --
Key Architecture Element 371 --
Architecture Requirements 376 --
Architecture Issues 377 --
Data Services and Architecture 378 --
Protocol Stack 378 --
Architecture Requirements 383 --2 Architecture Issues 384 --
Video Services and Architecture 385 --
Protocol Stack 386 --
Architecture Requirements 388 --
Architecture Issues 389 --
Full Integrated Services (Integrated Voice, Data, Video) 393 --
Protocol Stack 394 --
Architecture Requirements 395 --
ATM-based Access Network Performance 398 --
Architecture Issues 399 --
Impact of DSL-based Services on Operational Processes 400 --
Chapter 10 Broadband Access Network Design 407 --
Broadband Access Network Definition 409 --
Network Design Requirements for Broadband Access 410 --
Traffic 411 --
Protocol 411 --
Architecture 412 --
Services, Features, and Functions 412 --
Access Route Diversity 413 --
DSL-based Access Network Design 413 --
Traffic Engineering 416 --
Access Technology Selection 419 --
Link or Transmission Network Design 419 --
Broadband DSLAM Node Design 425 --
Broadband Access Network Topologies 427 --
Physical Star/Logical Star Topology 428 --
Physical Ring/Logical Star 428 --
Physical Star/Logical Ring 429 --
Appendix A Telecom Operating Companies Pursuing DSL 431 --
Appendix B Regulators 437 --
Appendix C Telecommunications 441 --
Journals and Magazines 442 --
Journals and Other Electronic Media 450.
Responsibility: Padmanand Warrier and Balaji Kumar.

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