Planning of Fiwi Networks to Support Communications Infrastructure of Sg and Sc

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Nowadays, growth in demand for bandwidth, due to new and future applications beingimplemented, for services provided from smart grids (SG), smart cities (SC) and internetof things (IoT), it has drawn attention of scientific community, on issues related toplanning, and optimization of communication infrastructure resources, in addition isnecessary comply with requirements such as scalability, coverage, security, flexibility,availability, delay and security. Another important point is how to find and analyzepossible solutions that seek to minimize the costs involved by capital expenditure(CAPEX) and operational expenditure (OPEX), but where it is possible to measure theuncertainty coming from stochastic projections, in order to obtain the maximum benefitexpected to give access to users Who benefits from the services provided by SG, SC andIoT, on the other hand, we must look for communications architectures that generateoptimum topologies to meet demanded requirements and at the same time save energy,possible alternatives highlight the use of hybrid networks of optical fiber links combinedwith wireless links (Fiber-Wireless, FiWi). This chapter seeks to provide planning alternativesto network segments linking universal data aggregation point (UDAP) with basestations (BS), this segment joins wide area network (WAN) with metropolitan areanetwork (MAN).
Translated title of the contributionPlanificación de redes Fiwi para soportar la infraestructura de comunicaciones de Sg y Sc
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationRecent Advances and Lessons from Practice
PublisherIntechOpen Ltd
Number of pages26
ISBN (Print)978-1-78923-743-6
StatePublished - 19 Sep 2018


  • Fiwi networks
  • Internet of things
  • Planning
  • Scalability
  • Smart cities
  • Smart grids
  • Stochastic programming

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 8417A Telecommunications


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