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Communications 5 BS E.C.E. Mapua Institute of Technology

OUTSIDE PLANT Outside Plant Engineering: is the study and planning of Outside Plant facilities. 2. It involves the construction. 5. Major Components of OSP 1. 3. 4. Cables Manholes Conduits Poles and fixtures Gain and line treatment devices . rehabilitation and maintenance of the OSP in order to predict and support the station gain objective and to meet telephone demand in a certain area economically and effectively.

g.: hybrid. e. e. According to Gauge. According to Source. e.g. #26 2. .: stalpeth – steel aluminum polyethylene 8. According to Insulation. According to Size. e.Cable: An assembly of conductors in a protective covering sheath arranged so that the connection can be single or in combination. According to Design. Local or Imported 5.g. e.g.: 19AWG. Classification of Cables Cables are classified according to the following categories: 1.: 400m per reel. According to Usage.g.g. #24. 1-ga.: 300 or 303 pairs 4. e. According to Cutting Length.: aerial or underground 6. e. 7.g.: riser cable 3. According to Location. #22.

Cross connect cabinet Basic Components of the Outside Plant .


Loading Coils (LC) .

MMS.1G/ Analog • Voice • Analog Phones • Talk & Text • Smart Money • Smart e-Load • Pasaload 3G • Canopy Antenna • SmartBro • Video Call • HSDPA • MyTV • SmartBro USB Modem • Red Mobile • SmartBro Prepaid • Plug N’ Talk SUMMARY 1991 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 IP • Smart Link GSM (Digital) • Voice • SMS. WAP • Digital Phones • Smart Gold • Smart Buddy • Prepaid card • PureTxt100 • HSPA • HSPA+ • Share it Wireless Router • Smart Bro SurfTV .

which refers to all IP packet-switched networks. mobile ultra-broadband (gigabit speed) access and multi-carrier transmission. spread spectrum transmission and at least 200 kbit/s (3G) and now 4G.. It is a successor to 3G and 2G standards. This was followed by multi-media support. .o SMART Technology Overview • 1G/ Analog • GSM/ Digital • 3G o What’s Next? • Wimax • LTE • Comparison o About IP • Things to know • Importance • Road to Wireless • 4G refers to the fourth generation of cellular wireless standards. The first was the move from analogue (1G) to digital (2G) transmission. The nomenclature of the generations generally refers to a change in the fundamental nature of the service.