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Australia - National Broadband Network - Fixed Wireless and Satellite Networks

  • Published: July 2014
  • Region: Australia
  • 15 pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd

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The NBN will connect approximately 7% of all premises in the country to wireless networks. They consist of an LTE-based component that will cover 5%, with a satellite-based network dealing with the remaining 2%. In all just under one million premises. In 2013 NBN Co announced an upgrade of the infrastructure with new speeds of 25 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload.

However, the uptake of these services was significantly underestimated amongst this section of the market. In a review conducted in 2014. The forecast of the uptake of these services was increased from 230,000 to 620,000 premises. This had a significant impact on the roll out and increased its costs by $1.4 billion, which had already been covered in the revised budget the government had issued in late 2013.

Under the previous government NBN Co had purchased 2.3GHz spectrum from Austar and signed a $1 billion build-and-operate contract with Ericsson. Under that contract Visionstream commenced construction in late 2011.
They also commissioned the building of two ka-band satellites at the cost of $2 billion. An interim satellite service has been available as well.

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1. Synopsis
2. Introduction
3. NBN Co's Fixed Wireless Network
3.1 Services based on 2.3GHz spectrum
3.2 Construction plan
3.3 Visionstream to construct the network
3.4 NBN facilitates wireless competition - Analysis
3.5 Fixed wireless rollouts
3.5.1 Roll out update mid 2014
3.5.2 Armidale first site that went live
3.5.3 Ballarat, Darwin, Geraldton, Tamworth and Toowoomba
3.5.4 NSW North Coast
3.5.5 North Queensland
3.5.6 South-west Queensland
3.5.7 Central NSW
3.5.8 Goulburn Valley and North East Victoria regions
3.5.9 Northern Territory
3.5.10 Tasmania
3.5.11 Regional South Australia
3.6 Other developments
3.6.1 NBN Co investigates backhaul for mobile
3.6.2 Faster wireless NBN services for businesses
3.6.3 Wireless upgrade to 25/5 Mps
3.6.4 New broadband wireless technology
4. The NBN Satellite Network
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Ka-band satelittes
4.3 Satellite speeds
4.4 Interim satellite services (ISS)
4.5 Running out of capacity
4.6 Boost to capacity
4.7 NBN Co Satellite Support Scheme (NSS)
4.8 Added capacity for 9000 more satellite users
4.9 Satellite launch likely delayed until 2016
4.10 10,000 VSAT terminal milestone for NBN
4.11 Via Sat to supply satellite ground equipment
4.12 Ground station gateways
4.13 Satellite launch contracts
4.14 Analysis - Satellite and wireless uptake greater than expected
5. Why wireless broadband is no alternative to FttH - Analysis
5.1 Problems in metro fringe areas
6. Related reports
Exhibit 1 - IP Channel Bonding

NBN Co

Austar

Ericsson

Visionstream

Optus

iiNet

Internode

Rivertel

CSIRO

Space Systems/Loral

gilat Satellite Networks

Bordernet

Clear Networks

Harbour IT

SkyMesh

Active8me

Reachnet

ViaSat

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