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Why a standard for fiber optics in premises networks?

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The authors describe the approach now being undertaken in the Electronics Industry Association CEBus Committee to establish a standard for the use of fiber optics in the home. Two phases are considered. First, a framework for the uses of fiber, based on applications, interworking with other media, and conformance to other standards, is being developed. Second, a more detailed standard to guide the evolution of next-generation consumer products, home construction, and communications network interfaces will be established. The advantages of fiber are discussed, and synergies with other applications are considered

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IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 2 )