Milton Keynes And Beyond, The Next Generation Systems (1983)

By E John Powter, British Telecom Research Laboratories

The all optical fibre switched-star trial system at Milton Keynes will be reviewed. Differences between the British and American markets for cable-TV are considered before describing the services and requirements for the next generation system. This system uses both optical fibre and co-axial cables, with elements of tree and branch and switched star topologies, to provide a network which is well matched to the services to be provided. An outline of the system is given, and reference is made to available UK government reports on cable TV.

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