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Author Topic: Same old upstream story for line 3  (Read 4403 times)

Alex Atkin UK

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Re: Same old upstream story for line 3
« Reply #60 on: February 14, 2020, 07:34:16 PM »

Yes. The ballpark guesstimate figures mentioned to me were eye-watering.

Six digits?
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Re: Same old upstream story for line 3
« Reply #61 on: February 14, 2020, 08:11:14 PM »

The guesstimator only went to 39k as I recall. It was a bit academic following up with excess construction charges on top once that was passed.

There are a lot of poles serving very few properties in need of work and/or new ones or duct work needing to be done.

This is probably a task best suited to LTE or LEO satellite for the shorter term. The R100 project had a value for money limit of 1,600-1,700 per premises passed that required individual review. These sites are right at the extreme of the hockey stick.
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Re: Same old upstream story for line 3
« Reply #62 on: February 15, 2020, 12:55:39 AM »

If a business needed a serious feed for a new site then it would just be nothing for them?
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Re: Same old upstream story for line 3
« Reply #63 on: February 15, 2020, 09:25:31 AM »

Given the costs involved in setting up a business of any size in that area a series of microwave relays would seem to be the way to go.

For a small business that can't afford such things stuffed until a wireless technology is provisioned.

Either way you see the theme of wireless technologies.
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Re: Same old upstream story for line 3
« Reply #64 on: February 17, 2020, 02:22:24 PM »

If a business needed a serious feed for a new site then it would just be nothing for them?
We arranged a wireless point to point service for one of our customers who had workshop and stores in a business park outside the city.  It was a bit of a pain with maintenance as it had a relay on a commercial mast with all sorts of access restrictions.  For that site excess construction charges for a conventional private circuit were over a quarter of a million.  The stupid thing was that it was a development with multiple tenants, and the landlord owned a bunch of land all around the park and owned a plant hire operation.  Some cooperation from him might have made the connection cost effective and would have added a lot of value to his development.
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