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1 Department of Control Engineering Distributed Real-time Systems Avancerede Datanet Infrastruktur Ole Brun Madsen Professor Department of Control Engineering University of Aalborg Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 1

2 Network Architecture End User(s) Network Operator(s) Network Operator(s) LAN MAN WAN CPE CPE CP-SAP CO-SAP CPE Cables Cables CPE Wireless Wireless CPE CP-SAP CO-SAP CPE CP-networks Acces networks Transport networks Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 2

3 Network Architecture End User(s) Network Operator(s) Network Operator(s) LAN MAN WAN Local CP Terminals Local CP Services Global CO Services Global CO Services Transport System Transport System Transport System Transport System End user Infrastructure Acces Infrastructure Global distribution Infrastructure CP-network Access network Transport network Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 3

4 Network Standardisation ETSI The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is a non-profit making organization whose mission is to determine and produce the telecommunications standards that will be used for decades to come. It is an open forum that unites 696 members from 50 countries, representing Administrations, network operators, manufacturers, service providers, and users. Any European organization proving an interest in promoting European telecommunications standards has the right to represent that interest in ETSI and thus to directly influence the standards making process. Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 4

5 ETSI TM Transmission and Multiplexing Working groups in ETSI TM Network Standardisation WG TM1 WG TM4 WG TM6 Core networks, fibres and cables Fixed radio systems Access network The aim of ETSI TM is to standardize the functionality and performance of transport networks and their elements. Transport networks include everything necessary to provide digital paths between end users and switching nodes. Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 5

6 ETSI TM Transmission and Multiplexing Work areas for ETSI TM: Network Standardisation - optical fibre cables and components - line systems and multiplexers - cross connection equipment - end to end performance aspects, including network protection - fixed radio systems - digital subscriber line systems for metallic cables Network management aspects are standardized by ETSI TMN (Telecommunications Management Network). Network aspects are standardized by ETSI SPAN (Services and Protocols for Advanced Networks). Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 6

7 Network Standardisation ETSI TM Transmission and Multiplexing Access Networks for residential customers ETSI Guide (EG V1.2.1 ( ) An overview of existing standards and ongoing work on standards and publicly available specifications in the area of access networks for residential customers Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 7

8 Network Standardisation Access Network Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 8

9 CP-Network End user infrastructure CP-network Twisted Pair Radio (DECT) Optical LAN IEEE 802 (ISO 8802), LAN & MAN standards IEEE LLC IEEE CSMA/CD (Ethernet) IEEE Token Bus IEEE Token Ring IEEE HIPERLAN.. Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 9

10 Network Standardisation Access Network Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 10

11 Network Architecture Access Network Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 11

12 Network Architecture UNI (User Network Interface) Analogue telephony for POTS Basic rate ISDN 2*64+16 Kbps Primary rate ISDN 30*64 B-ISDN (2/25/155/622 Mbps) Analogue leased lines 2W/4W Digital leased lines 64Kbps/2Mbps xdsl (ADSL, SDSL, HDSL, VDSL) Analogue cable TV Digital cable TV (25/38/50 Mbps) Interaction channel for cable TV networks (1550) Kbps Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 12

13 Network Architecture UNI (User Network Interface) Conventional copper access Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) Fibre In The Loop (FITL) Fibre To The Curb (FTTC) Fibre To The Home (FTTH) GSM/DCS 1800 DECT P-MP wireless access systems UMTS (UTRA) Satellite Master Antenna Television (SMATV) Multichannel multipoint distribution service (MMDS) Local Multi-Point distribution service (LMDS) Terrestrial broadcasting Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 13

14 Network Architecture New copper technologies, DSL, xdsl xdsl (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 14

15 Network Architecture New copper technologies, DSL, xdsl Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 15

16 Network Architecture New copper technologies, ADSL Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 16

17 Network Architecture New copper technologies, ADSL Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 17

18 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 18

19 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 19

20 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 20

21 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 21

22 WAN, Infrastructure Network Architecture Transmission Media s Fibre Optic Networks Radio Links Satellite Transmission Technologies PDH SDH ATM Transmission Services Point-Point and Point-Multipoint circuits Broadcast Virtual Infrastructure Network (VIN) Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 22

23 WAN, Infrastructure Network Architecture Data Link PDH SDH ATM Physical Fibre Radio Satellite Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 23

24 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Fibre Optic Networks Components in Fibre Optic Networks Send Receive Receive Send Send Receive Receive Send Send Receive Receive Send Fibre cable Fibre pair Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 24

25 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Fibre Optic Networks Principles in construction of Fibre Optic Networks Fibre cable Fibre pair TRM-EQ TRM-EQ TRM-EQ Fibre pair TRM-EQ Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 25

26 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Fibre Optic Networks Principles in construction of Fibre Optic Networks Fibre cable Fibre pair TRM-EQ TRM-EQ Fibre pair TRM-EQ TRM-EQ Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 26

27 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Transmission Level, SDH Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 27

28 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Transmission Level, SDH Components in SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) Line Multiplexer Line Multiplexer Line System Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 28

29 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Transmission Level, SDH Components in SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) Add /Drop Multiplexer Line System Line System Access Multiplexer Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 29

30 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Transmission Level, SDH Components in SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) Digital Cross Connect DXC LineSystems Access Multiplexer Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 30

31 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Transmission Level, SDH Bit rates in SDH Line Systems stm-1 stm-4 stm-16 stm Mbps 625 Mbps 2,5 Gbps 10 Gbps Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 31

32 Network Architecture WAN, Infrastructure, Transmission Level, SDH Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 32

33 Network Evolution Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 33

34 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 34

35 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 35

36 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 36

37 Wireless Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 37

38 Optical Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 38

39 Wireless Communication Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 39

40 Network Architecture Service Demands Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 40

41 Network Evolution Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 41

42 Network Evolution Network Architecture Avancerede Datanet Infrastructure 42

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