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Riccardo De Bonis – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Modeling and simulation of data transmission on a hybrid fiber coax Cable network
    Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 2004
    Co-Authors: Manuel García, Daniel F. Garcia, Víctor G. García, Riccardo De Bonis

    Abstract:

    Abstract This paper describes the steps followed in the development, simulation, and later validation of a model for a Cable network based on hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) technology, used for data transmission. This work presents a representation of a communication system which has been growing dramatically over recent years and will continue to do so in the near future. The modeling process is based on the analysis of measurements of a Cable Operator, establishing a direct relationship between model parameters and network characteristics. The modeling technique produces a scalable model capable of simulating the evolution of the real Cable network.

  • Modeling and simulation of data transmission on a hybrid fiber coax Cable network
    Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 2004
    Co-Authors: M Garcia, D. F. Garcia, V. G. Garcia, Riccardo De Bonis

    Abstract:

    This paper describes the steps followed in the development, simulation, and later validation of a model for a Cable network based on hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) technology, used for data transmission. This work presents a representation of a communication system which has been growing dramatically over recent years and will continue to do so in the near future. The modeling process is based on the analysis of measurements of a Cable Operator, establishing a direct relationship between model parameters and network characteristics. The modeling technique produces a scalable model capable of simulating the evolution of the real Cable network. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  • Analysis and modeling of traffic on a hybrid fiber-coax network
    IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2004
    Co-Authors: M Garcia, D. F. Garcia, V. G. Garcia, Riccardo De Bonis

    Abstract:

    This paper presents the study carried out on the data traffic collected on the network of a Cable Operator based on hybrid fiber-coax technology, and the subsequent simulation model developed to predict the bandwidth requirements of the network channels. The paper starts with the analysis of the traffic measurements, taken over two periods of time in one year, on all the network’s channels. This analysis identifies the main characteristics of the traffic, as well as some relationships between network parameters and their persistence over time. The paper proceeds to present the development of a simulation model, which represents the Cable network. This model is built from the results of the traffic analysis and network parameters. The major challenge of this model is to predict the traffic on each channel of the Cable network, related to parameters of the network configuration, such as the number of assigned subscribers to the channel and the time of day. To reach this goal, the simulation model has been developed with a modular structure, which gives it flexibility to adapt to changes in the network. The process followed involves the establishment of a traffic model, a system model, and finally, the validation of the results.

M Garcia – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Modeling and simulation of data transmission on a hybrid fiber coax Cable network
    Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, 2004
    Co-Authors: M Garcia, D. F. Garcia, V. G. Garcia, Riccardo De Bonis

    Abstract:

    This paper describes the steps followed in the development, simulation, and later validation of a model for a Cable network based on hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) technology, used for data transmission. This work presents a representation of a communication system which has been growing dramatically over recent years and will continue to do so in the near future. The modeling process is based on the analysis of measurements of a Cable Operator, establishing a direct relationship between model parameters and network characteristics. The modeling technique produces a scalable model capable of simulating the evolution of the real Cable network. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

  • Analysis and modeling of traffic on a hybrid fiber-coax network
    IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2004
    Co-Authors: M Garcia, D. F. Garcia, V. G. Garcia, Riccardo De Bonis

    Abstract:

    This paper presents the study carried out on the data traffic collected on the network of a Cable Operator based on hybrid fiber-coax technology, and the subsequent simulation model developed to predict the bandwidth requirements of the network channels. The paper starts with the analysis of the traffic measurements, taken over two periods of time in one year, on all the network’s channels. This analysis identifies the main characteristics of the traffic, as well as some relationships between network parameters and their persistence over time. The paper proceeds to present the development of a simulation model, which represents the Cable network. This model is built from the results of the traffic analysis and network parameters. The major challenge of this model is to predict the traffic on each channel of the Cable network, related to parameters of the network configuration, such as the number of assigned subscribers to the channel and the time of day. To reach this goal, the simulation model has been developed with a modular structure, which gives it flexibility to adapt to changes in the network. The process followed involves the establishment of a traffic model, a system model, and finally, the validation of the results.

Jeancharles Albitre – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the hungarian nca states that an increase in prices above the inflation by a dominant local Cable Operator does not amount to an abuse of dominant position dual plus
    e-Competitions Bulletin, 2005
    Co-Authors: Jeancharles Albitre

    Abstract:

    The Hungarian Competition Office (HCO) led a procedure ex officio against Dual-Plus Kereskedelmi es Szolgaltato Kft. (Dual-Plus) under allegations of abuse of a dominant position on the market,…

  • the hungarian competition authority states that an increase in prices above the inflation by a dominant local Cable Operator does not amount to an abuse of dominant position dual plus
    e-Competitions Bulletin, 2005
    Co-Authors: Jeancharles Albitre

    Abstract:

    The Hungarian Competition Office (HCO) led a procedure ex officio against Dual-Plus Kereskedelmi es Szolgaltato Kft. (Dual-Plus) under allegations of abuse of a dominant position on the market,…