A bridging solution for delivering multimedia services in CATV Networks

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    Abstract

    This article studies the use of the CATV network as an access platform for delivering interactive services. The conventional CATV network is a one-way solution utilizing HFC technology. Interactivity requires two-way communication, and different approaches have been taken to implement the needed return path along with other means to offer multimedia capabilities. A network platform to deliver interactive services is introduced. ATM is foreseen as the relevant transport technology in the trunk network, but the access network is considered to employ proprietary solutions. Therefore, a bridge to convert ATM protocols to those used in the HFC network is needed. The paper gives an example bridging solution which is based on the FSR concept developed for high-speed applications and demonstrated to perform well in ATM switching. Finally, a high-speed Internet application, based on the proposed bridge, is introduced.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 23rd EUROMICRO Conference
    Subtitle of host publicationNew Frontiers of Information Technology
    Place of PublicationNew York
    PublisherIEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
    Pages223-230
    ISBN (Electronic)978-0-8186-8215-5
    ISBN (Print)0-8186-8129-2
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1997
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event23rd EUROMICRO Conference, EUROMICRO'97: New frontiers of information technology - Budapest, Hungary
    Duration: 1 Sep 19974 Sep 1997

    Publication series

    SeriesEUROMICRO Conference Proceedings
    ISSN1089-6503

    Conference

    Conference23rd EUROMICRO Conference, EUROMICRO'97
    Country/TerritoryHungary
    CityBudapest
    Period1/09/974/09/97

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