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Downstream power backoff in CO/RT-deployed xDSL networks

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Downstream power backoff in CO/RT-deployed xDSL networks
Abstract—To gradually expand their networks, operators deploy new xDSL technologies from remote terminals (RT’s) closer to the customer. However, since xDSL lines deployed from an RT can share a binder with lines deployed from the central office (CO), a near-far problem is introduced and crosstalk may cause a severe performance degradation for the CO-deployed lines. RT lines have to be careful about how to allocate transmit power to the transmission frequencies, such that the impact on the CO lines is acceptable. Noise Impact (NI) methods have been proposed based on a target noise shape generated by the disturbers (RT lines). In this paper new methods based on the actual impact on the bit rate of the victims (CO lines) are proposed. These Bit Impact (BI) methods closely approximate the optimal power allocation.
Jan Vangorp, Marc Moonen, Mamoun Guenach, Michael
Added 30 Jan 2011
Updated 30 Jan 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TCOM
Authors Jan Vangorp, Marc Moonen, Mamoun Guenach, Michael Peeters
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