HFC Network Capacity Expansion Options (2012)

By Jorge D. Salinger, Comcast Cable

This paper will provide, from an operator’s perspective:

  1. A technical overview of each of the options outlined above, describing how each would be deployed and evolved over time,

  2. The key benefits/drawbacks for each of the options, including engineering and operational pros and cons for each option,

  3. Possible implementation approaches for various applications, including residential and commercial services

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