The Society publishes its Broadband Journal four times per year. It has now become the leading authoritative magazine in the cable and broadband market and offers truly global and independent coverage.
Incorporating interviews with leading international industry, government figures, academic and association figures, Broadband Journal offers a strategic insight into the latest news, company and product developments, technological and technical advances, innovations and new business opportunities. Key issues are debated and regular, independent analysis into market prospects and barriers can be found in each issue. The Journal typically contains four to six White Papers, industry and Society news, articles on the fundamentals of broadband technology and exhibition/conference reports.
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Broadband Journal Editorial
Broadband Journal December 2018
- pdf p20 - Industry Standards Update - Seeing Red (214 KB) - This update relates to the standardisation work of IEC TC100/TA5
- pdf p26 - Industry Profile - Digital TV Group (DTG) - A digital focus (393 KB) - Richard Lindsay-Davies, CEO, DTG outlined the Digital TV Group’s latest initiatives, achievements and ongoing focus to Broadband Journal.
- pdf p32 - The three most important home connectivity trends for 2019 - Arris (254 KB) - Technology is evolving in three exciting ways to anticipate our changing needs. 2019 will be the year of constant connectivity.
- pdf p34 - Innovations in Machine Learning and AI are transforming media QC Operations (514 KB) - As technology has improved, automated QC has become more efficientand accurate for media operations. Thanks to recent advancements inML and AI, software-based QC solutions can carry out compliance andquality-related tasks with the same level of accuracy as manual workflows.
- pdf p40 - Not all DAAs are created equal (322 KB) - As the shift increases towards Distributed Access Architectures, a true virtualised DAA solution can offer superior bandwidth capacity and signal quality without the cost, power, space and distance limitations of traditional cable network upgrades. It lays the foundation for migration toa cloud-based/cloud-native implementation and easy evolution to nextgenerationtechnologies, such as Full Duplex DOCSIS or FTTH.
- pdf p46 - Transforming the Headend for Fibre Deep Deployments (322 KB) - Network migration at the headend does not have to be daunting. The transformed platform will be able to take on capacity to enter newmarkets, such as wireless backhaul, and support business-classsubscribers.
- pdf p50 - Video's critical path: Success at web speeds (478 KB) - OTT video has reshaped a successful industry. What must operators doto recapture their position as primary providers of video services?
- pdf p56 - ANGA Editorial - Innovation in Focus (410 KB) - With 21,700 participants and more than 500 exhibitors, ANGA COM set a new record in 2018.
Broadband Journal August 2018
- pdf p38 Skills Success (600 KB) - Why not expand your horizons with SCTE training? We outline a selection of the Society’s latest international training initiatives.
- pdf p34 Network Challenge (480 KB) - Ulrich Kiebler, CEO of SCTE corporate member DCT DELTA GmbH, unveils his formula for success in a networked world to Broadband Journal.
- pdf p28 Power Principle (752 KB) - Broadband Journal spent the day with Murata Power Solutions (Celab) who demonstrated how power can be optimised in high-speed broadband networks.
- pdf p24 Why Android TV (596 KB) - The Pay TV industry has felt under increasing pressure over recent years, challenged with rising competition for viewers from non-traditional players.Whilst linear TV has not lost its relevance and even remains the primary source of video content for the majority of viewers, the growing appeal of OTT means it needs to re-invent itself to retain that strong position in the future. Thanks to Android TV, Pay TV is now fighting back in style.
- pdf p76 Eye On ANGA (1.00 MB) - ANGA COM 2018 boosted visitor numbers by 12 per cent to 21,700 and featured more than 500 exhibitors from 37 countries. Some of SCTE’s bursary winners give their views on this year's conference and exhibition.
- pdf p66 Fibre to Business (780 KB) - Commercial subscribers represent a significant opportunity for CATV operators to grow their revenues quickly, with immediate returns on investment. A large percentage of the commercial market revenue resides with customers who are looking for more bandwidth scalability and flexibility. With today’s fibre to the business solutions, MSOs are well positioned to deliver fibre services to these customers by leveraging their existing assets.
- pdf p60 Remote PHY (624 KB) - The burning plant maintenance question is not if testing is still needed as distributed access architectures are rolled out, but how will that testing take place. The same changes that will allow Gigabit services to millions of subscribers across hybrid fibre coaxial networks will necessitate changes in processes and the tools used to keep plants running at maximum efficiency.
- pdf p54 FiveThings (793 KB) - FWA can be delivered to homes, apartments and businesses in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional cable/fibre installations. Here, we examine five key points to consider when designing FWA systems.