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A Comparative Study of The Modern Access Networks

Originální název

A Comparative Study of The Modern Access Networks

Anglický název

A Comparative Study of The Modern Access Networks

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en

Originální abstrakt

A great extension of the Fiber To The Home (FTTH) services is provided by Internet service providers through using the Passive Optical Networks (PON) technology. Another technology offered by telecommunication companies is VDSL2. These providers offer not only data services, but also voice and video services, which are sensitive to latency, jitter, throughput and other network parameters. This article discusses the transmission capacity of metallic and optical (PON) networks for VoIP and video services. We used PON network topologies and VDSL network topologies for the measuring scenarios, utilizing PBX Asterisk for VoIP benchmarking. Tests based on RFC 2544, ITU-T Y.156sam and bit-error-test were performed. The parameters we compared in this article are jitter, call setup time, latency, throughput and frame-loss. Optical Networks are considered as the best choice, however, in this article we found that the VDSL2 networks show comparable performance, and sometimes they show better results in some parameters.

Anglický abstrakt

A great extension of the Fiber To The Home (FTTH) services is provided by Internet service providers through using the Passive Optical Networks (PON) technology. Another technology offered by telecommunication companies is VDSL2. These providers offer not only data services, but also voice and video services, which are sensitive to latency, jitter, throughput and other network parameters. This article discusses the transmission capacity of metallic and optical (PON) networks for VoIP and video services. We used PON network topologies and VDSL network topologies for the measuring scenarios, utilizing PBX Asterisk for VoIP benchmarking. Tests based on RFC 2544, ITU-T Y.156sam and bit-error-test were performed. The parameters we compared in this article are jitter, call setup time, latency, throughput and frame-loss. Optical Networks are considered as the best choice, however, in this article we found that the VDSL2 networks show comparable performance, and sometimes they show better results in some parameters.

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@inproceedings{BUT100443,
  author="Ondřej {Krajsa} and Radim {Šifta} and Jakub {Šedý}",
  title="A Comparative Study of The Modern Access Networks",
  annote="A great extension of the Fiber To The Home (FTTH) services is provided by Internet service providers through using the Passive Optical Networks (PON) technology. Another technology offered by telecommunication companies is VDSL2. These providers offer not only data services, but also voice and video services, which are sensitive to latency, jitter, throughput and other network parameters. This article discusses the transmission capacity of metallic and optical (PON) networks for VoIP and video services. We used PON network topologies and VDSL network topologies for the measuring scenarios, utilizing PBX Asterisk for VoIP benchmarking. Tests based on RFC
2544, ITU-T Y.156sam and bit-error-test were performed. The parameters we compared in this article are jitter, call setup time, latency, throughput and frame-loss. Optical Networks are considered as the best choice, however, in this article we found that the VDSL2 networks show comparable performance, and sometimes they show better results in some parameters.",
  booktitle="36th International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)",
  chapter="100443",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="july",
  pages="123--126",
  type="conference paper"
}