University Optical Fibre Network Access Optimisation: A Case Study

Provided by: The International Journals of Engineering & Sciences (IJENS)
Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
For network access, it is always desired that a fibre optic network connectivity be the major area of cost minimization, while keeping quality of service as high as possible. This is because overall cost of setting up a fibre optic cable route is usually very high in relation to other components of the network. In this study, three buildings clusters were mapped to the University Network Operating Center, and the network was developed as a fail-safe network, so that in the case of damage to a cable or connecting component, users are not cut out.

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