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Gigabit fibreoptic routers easy to make with FPGA boards

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Old May 28th 17, 10:11 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,uk.misc,uk.politics.misc
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Default Gigabit fibreoptic routers easy to make with FPGA boards

Gigabit fibreoptic routers easy to make with FPGA boards


You can make your own routers for fibre optics with
open source designs and software or pay 30,000 per router.

If you make own routers, then you just hire an FPGA
engineer and 6 months later you got your own designs
and own networks to scale rapidly.

Scaling the fibre optic business is the most important
thing because it costs less than 250 per household to install
fibre optics so if you are charging around 50 per
month for gigabit symmetric fibre link, then its paid for
within 6 months and you can move on to pure profit in
no time.

Even a micro trench 100mm wide can push thousands of fibres
through a route and so its no longer necessary
to worry about how to connect up villages and towns because
the repeaters can be between 20km to 50km away. And if you
bring it into a building, the optical splitters can
split a beam into 64 separate beams for $80.

192 core cables about $1 per meter:


So easily cover a large estate in no time.

It makes you wonder how Bhtee VM and Offconn all lied
to government to get far more funding than they
need for the few services they installed
to service a 180 Billion pound market
comprised of traders and companies in the UK that
rely on the Internet to be working every day
to earn a day's work and pay wages.

The whole bhtee, offconn, openroach, VM, etc infrastructure
needs to be dismantled and sold off and replaced with pure fibre
companies. They already cable up 3% of UK, and only they
need the real funding to get the real work done.

Bhtee VM accidentally leak their FTTP equipment prices


So I'm setting up BhteeVM_Leeks_Web****e.com web with retail price
list for these items (wholesale cheaper):

64 way splitter $85 - https://www.aliexpress.com/item/SC-1...476975506.html

fibre - --$375/km https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Fibe...793795646.html

cleaver -$62- https://www.aliexpress.com/item/9-In...647289225.html

sleeves - 5 cents - https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1000...732857639.html

gigabit transceiver: 20km/1000BASE-LX - $17 https://www.aliexpress.com/item/SFP-...710717277.html

The best way to build routers is to hire FPGA engineers and build the routers yourself from FPGA
and scale up rapidly
by building copies of own boards.

Otherwise have to purchase say a Cisco router upward 30,000.
Instead pay FPGA engineer 60,000 for 6 months to create as many FPGA boards
as you need for routers.

Examples of what can be done:

Old May 28th 17, 08:53 PM posted to uk.politics.misc,uk.misc,uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Gigabit fibreoptic routers easy to make with FPGA boards


On Sunday, May 28, 2017 at 9:11:40 AM UTC+1, 7 wrote:
Gigabit fibreoptic routers easy to make with FPGA boards

You can make your own routers for fibre optics with
open source designs and software or pay 30,000 per router.

If you make own routers, then you just hire an FPGA
engineer and 6 months later you got your own designs
and own networks to scale rapidly.

In other words you hire somebody who knows what he it talking about. So
why do we have to listen to you every verse end

In any case, what do we do with them when we have got them?

The mouth pieces government listens to and dish out funding
for claims they want 100,000 per km whent its closer to
around 5000 per km. The average cost for
fibre is less than 250 per household which they can
recover in under a year charging 50 per month. Even
charging 30 a month, the costs are recovered in about 2 years
before it all turns into pure profit.

So governments have been lied to by Bhtee, VM, offconn
and everyone else in between.

What government needs to do is deregulate who can install
fibre, remove all obstacles to digging up roads to lay down
micro trenches that can may be carry hundreds, to thousands
to may be even tens of thousands of fibre bundles and then
tell the telcos, they believe average cost is 250 per household,
the average fee is 30 to 50 per month for symmetric
fibre if they set up their fibre networks correctly with
FPGA, and then they don't need government handouts
because government on their part has cleared all obstacles by legislating
the to remove all barriers to laying down fibre.

Once you got 1 gigabit symmetric fibre, you can upload
all your stuff faster, download faster, place orders
quickly, and also stream directly video cameras, your video phones etc.

Most businesses don't have servers in their buildings - with good
upload speeds, they can have more servers in their own buildings
than any service providers can ever provide. This is important to
startups, fintech companies who are all looking for a fat start
rather than a lean start with a lot of services in place and working
with in house tech and low cost the moment they are ready to launch.

For the mobile operators, they can install a 5G modem into lamp posts
and link by fibre back to HQ. They will no longer need cell towers
and so save a lot of money by having short range but more numerous
high speed gigabit 5G modems.

Hopefully that means the 5G modems can also be installed inside buildings,
around buildings, inside tunnels, inside tube stations and in between
tube stations without getting cut out. Even near third world countries
like China has functional 4G in their underground metro and don't get cut
off when travelling between stations.

The electronics engineers of UK are a total disaster.
They need to get off their ass and start forming new companies to
put all this infrastructure into UK rather than wait for orders from
foreign owned companies to beat them into submission and give up.


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