Data Phone Network - Solutions & Applications

Data Phone Network - Solutions & Applications

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Cable Internet Services via DOCSIS SYSTEMS

Cable InternetPosted by ERMURAT 2015-04-13 22:32:31


What are the main advantages of using docsis cable modem service?

First and foremost, the main advantage is the speed. With bi-directional access (two ways) the customer is receiving speeds up to 25 Mbps and transmitting (sending) at speeds up to 20 Mbps. Also, a bi-directional cable modem has a constant connection to the Internet.

What's required for Internet cable on the provider side?

At the “Head End” you will need, a broadband Internet connection, such as DSL or cable, T1 or wireless. In most cases you will need an "always on" type of connection with a bandwidth of at least 50 Mbps on both upload and download you will need an Ethernet router connected to, the broadband connection. LAN side of the router you need to connect a CMTS and a provisioning server. You will connect your CMTS to your cable network.

The Network need to use two ways amplifiers and will be ended by the distribution taps at the end of the network. The subscriber access point will be connected to one output of the nearest TAP.

At the user side juste a cable modem is needed to access internet services and an EMTA if in addition VOIP services are needed.

What Damery offers you for Internet cable systems?

DAMERY SA is able to offer the globale solution for Cable Internet including, CMTS, Cable modems, Provisioning & Monitoring software and support services to install, make work and maintain the system. Damery offer is focused on the small and middle sized networks and compliant with the latest Docsis specifications.

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