ADSL Line Extenders
shimon.hochbaum at teliswitch.com
Thu Apr 30 12:59:02 UTC 2015
I second wholeheartedly the idea of wireless for this application, except that Rafael probably meant point to multipoint solutions: Trango https://www.trangosys.com/altum-ac or Waveip http://www.waveip.com/products/overview/ are 2 good options.
Line extenders supporting ADSL2+ won't do much good: the 2 and the + denote improvements in the short range, less than 5000', probably not relevant in your case. If wired is your preferred option, you might want to consider HDSL based products, which are meant to drive 1.5M symmetric over long distances, power fed from the 2 sides for simplicity, with ability to go higher when pairs are bundled. Adtran should be the 1st place to look at.
Good luck, Shimon
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rafael Possamai [mailto:rafael at gav.ufsc.br]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2015 17:37
> To: Jean-Francois Mezei
> Cc: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: Re: ADSL Line Extenders
> Semi-related question: in instances like this, wouldn't a point-to-point link
> provide larger throughput and be less expensive? Unless you are talking about
> several subscribers that are already installed and operating.
> Depending on the situation, it might make sense to set a few sectorial
> antennas at a high-point and link everyone with small inexpensive CPE
> antennas. Just a quick thought.
> Good luck,
> On Tue, Apr 28, 2015 at 4:24 PM, Jean-Francois Mezei <
> jfmezei_nanog at vaxination.ca> wrote:
> > A friend on a rural DSl association asked about ADSL line extenders.
> > A search on Google yields many products dating back to the days of
> > ADSL-1 advertising 1mbps profiles, but a few seem more recent and
> > support ADSL2+ (not sure if any support VDSL2).
> > Are these thing out of date and no longer deployed ? Were they ever
> > effective, or just vapourware that didn't really improve things ?
> > Do any Telcos still deploy them ? Anyone know of deployments in Canada ?
> > I just need a reality check on those devices.
> > jf
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