Architecting The DOCSIS® Network To Offer Symmetric 1gbps Service Over The Next Two Decades (2012)

By Ayham Al-Banna, ARRIS Group, Inc.

The paper analyzes various options to increase the capacity of HFC networks in order to meet the capacity demands over the next two decades. A smooth migration plan is proposed to enable MSOs offering beyond than 1Gbps US service. A High-split prototype system is built and initial results are introduced.

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