AC Powering For Digital Networks (1993)

By Fred Kaiser and Tom Osterman, Alpha Technologies Inc.

Network powering reliability is one of the most fundamental and unfortunately one of the most overlooked areas of system design and operation. Competitiveness with other service providers can be significantly affected by powering reliability, not only in the outside plant but in the office and headend as well.

This paper will explore the key issues facing operators today in terms of improving the powering reliability of their networks.

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