Definition[edit | edit source]
Fiber-to-the-cabinet is an
|“||[a]ccess network consisting of optical fibre extending from the access node to the street cabinet.The street cabinet is usually located only a few hundred metres from the subscriber premises.The remaining segment of the access network from the cabinet to the customer is usually a copper pair but could use another technology, such as wireless.||”|
References[edit | edit source]
- Britain’s Superfast Broadband Future, Glossary, at 55.
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