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TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS Presented By: Eddie Esquivel Department of Information Resources Telecommunication Deregulation (State -1995) History: H.B.2128 (74th Legislature) deregulates companies based on criteria: - Allowed for ILECs to “elect” to be deregulated;

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telecommunications

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS

Presented By:

Eddie Esquivel

Department of Information Resources

telecommunication deregulation state 1995
Telecommunication Deregulation (State -1995)
  • History:

H.B.2128 (74th Legislature) deregulates companies based on criteria:

- Allowed for ILECs to “elect” to be deregulated;

- Incumbent local exchange companies (ILEC) have Certificate of Need and

Necessity (CNN);

- Companies can apply for Certificate of Operating Authority (COA); or

- Service Provider Certificate of Operating Authority (SPCOA) (reseller of ILEC

services); and

- Created the Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund Board

  • Issues :

- Applicants for SPCOA must not have more than 6% of the inter-state long

distance traffic. Excludes large telephone companies. Must apply for COA.

- COA requires building an infrastructure serving 60% of the calling area

(investment in new hardware and lines).

- SPCOA are given a maximum of 5% discount.

- SPCOA are not held accountable.

telecommunication deregulation federal 1996
Telecommunication Deregulation (Federal -1996)
  • History: FTA96 passed by Congress in 1996.

- Restricts states from keeping new companies from entering the local exchange

market.

- Requires ILECs to provide discounts between 25-35% to resellers (FCC Order).

- Allows the Bell companies to enter long distance service based on 14 criteria

(state allowed to interpret) and defacto state laws not covered by FTA96.

- Universal Service: supported by mark-ups to business lines, local long distance,

and long distance access fees. Enhanced service providers are exempt.

- Access charge reductions.

- ERATE funding.

telecommunication deregulation federal 19964
Telecommunication Deregulation (Federal -1996)
  • Issues:

- Pre-emption of state laws (6% provision and discounts for resellers).

- Universal Service issues (deregulated Bells will not charge themselves access

charges).

- Court Challenges (UNE, resell pricing).

- Information services: who pays for the national infrastructure and exemption of

Internet service providers (enhanced service providers).

sorting out the environment
Sorting out the Environment
  • FCC dealing with Internet access issues (Joint Board); PUC is not (TIFB).
  • Federal Legislation on Internet Taxes
  • Long distance carriers lobby the Federal laws; Bells lobby state legislatures.
  • Current State Legislation: Senate Bill 560.

- Reduction in access rates to 6 cents (over time).

- PUC authority to deal with cramming, slamming, other provisions.

- HB 1701 is companion bill.

  • When will the Bells get into long distance (UNE issue and OSS)?
  • Cable companies, Internet access, wireless technology and mergers.
  • What is an Information Service- video, Internet access, content, multi-apps?
lata boundaries
LATA Boundaries

Amarillo

Wichita Falls

Lubbock

Dallas

EL Paso

Longview

Abilene

Midland

Waco

San Angelo

Austin

Beaumont

Bryan

Houston

San Antonio

Corpus Christi

Brownsville

slide8

Regional

Regional

Regional

Network

Network

Network

Regional

Regional

Network

Network

Networking Trends

Remote

Networks

Telephone

Video

Router

Computer

Statewide Networks

slide9

Government

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Government

Criminal Justice

Government

Telemedicine

Telemedicine

Telemedicine

Telemedicine

Telemedicine

Telemedicine

Criminal Justice

Telemedicine

Criminal Justice

Telemedicine

Criminal Justice

Telemedicine

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Interconnecting to

Statewide Information Resources

Community

Regional Networks

Video/Data

Internetworking

Schools

Internet

Government

Schools

Community

Regional Networks

Community

Regional Networks

Schools

technologies
Technologies
  • Circuits - Time Division, Frequency Division, and Statistical Multiplexing
  • Packet Technology (Frame Relay, TCP/IP)
  • Cell Technology - Asynchronous Transfer Mode, B-ISDN
  • Fiber Technology - Synchronous Optical Network (SONET), SDH
  • Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)
  • Wireless and Satellite (Cellular, Spread Spectrum, CDPD, LEO, Geostationary, etc.)
transmission

Signal

Level

Carrier

System

T-1 Channels

Voice Channels

Digital Bit

Rate (Mbps)

DS0

DS1

DS1C

DS2

DS3

OC-1

OC-3

OC-12

OC-48

N/A

T-1

T-1C

T-2

T-3

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

1

2

4

28

28

84

336

1,344

1

24

48

96

672

672

2,016

8,064

32,256

0.064

1.544

3.152

6.312

44.736

51.84

155.52

622.08

2,488.3

Transmission
network interface

End Link

End Link

T 1 Repeated

Line

T 1 Repeated

Line

Satellite

Lightwave

T1-MUX

or Router

T1-MUX

or Router

CSU

CSU

Terrestrial

Radio

Network

Interface

Network

Interface

Repeaters

Repeaters

Coaxial

Cable

NetworkInterface

Customer

Premises

Long Haul

Carrier Link

Customer

Premises

Radio Cable Link

Modulated Carrier

Transmission

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TEX-AN NETWORK

Current TEX-AN III Environment

  • In Existence and Operated by GSC Since 1974
  • 2nd Largest Government-Operated Network in the Nation - 26,000 Circuits
  • Sub-Rate to DS3 Data Services
  • 27 Million Minutes Per Month of Voice Services
  • Serves Every Area of the State
  • 650 Customers - 2/3 Use by Choice
  • 25% Growth Rate in Services, 15% in Revenues
technology in state telecommunications
Technology in State Telecommunications
  • Greater Austin Area Telecommunication Network (GAATN)

- Includes LCRA, AISD, City of Austin, U.T., GSC, Travis County and ACC

- Fiber rings around the city (two super loops and eight nodal loops)

- Independent development

  • VidNet: Statewide Video Network.
  • CAPNet: State complex FDDI ring for interagency communications.
  • Statewide Data Network.
  • Statewide Frame Relay Network.
  • Direct Internet Access.
  • Internet II: Originally, research network for 31 universities. Since, number has grown and U.T. and A&M have joined.
  • TEX-AN 2000 will include an ATM switching network.
tex an network
TEX-AN NETWORK

6000+ Locations

TEX-AN III

Customer Locations

Data as of September 18, 1998

tex an network21
TEX-AN NETWORK

Over 16,000 Locations!

Total Eligible Service Locations

Data as of September 18, 1998

internet naps
INTERNET NAPs

High speed Internet access points

internet and texas state government
Internet and Texas State Government
  • Current Environment: Texas is viewed as a single “Intra-net” by the Internet community. The state is served by the General Services Commission in conjunction with the University of Texas and Texas A&M University.
  • TXBB: The inter-linked router hub system linking the state Internet Service Providers to the state network “TEX-AN.”
  • ISPs:AT&T, GTE/BBN, and Sprint have a total of four DS3 circuits.
  • Issues with Internet addresses: Limited number of addresses split among state entities. Who owns the addresses?
  • Issues with Common Internet Domain Routing (CIDR) blocks.
  • Other Internet issues including domain name services (DNS).
  • Of approximately 210 agencies and universities, 31 agencies do not have web sites. This is not a legislative requirement.
  • Texas State Library and Archives will provide space on server (TRAIL).
  • Agencies are required to have an e-mail address.
internet electronic commerce
Internet: Electronic Commerce
  • Proposed Legislation:
    • Task Force to make a state portal for business.
    • Task Force to review what information should be online.
    • Task Force to review public testimony over the Internet
    • Rules for broadcasting over the Internet.
    • Acceptance of Payments over the Internet including use of credit/debit.
    • Requirement for agencies to include a strategy in their I/R Strategic Plan on using the Internet for accepting forms/registration.
  • Network Security - Digital Signatures
  • Network Resource Load
  • Costs
law enforcement networking issues
Law Enforcement Networking Issues
  • Department of Public Safety (DPS) operates the Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunication System (TLETS)

- DPS is designated by the FBI as the central agency for the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) access

- TLETS allows all state law enforcement agencies to access NCIC and DPS data, as well as other agency info (TxDOT motor vehicle files, TDCJ crime history files, etc.)

  • Upgrade of TLETS to meet NCIC 2000 requirements
  • Issues: Use of TLETS for other functions:

- Local law enforcement needs to share data

- Local law enforcement sees TLETS as “the state law enforcement network”

  • Satellite award to Hughes Network Systems.
video considerations
Video Considerations
  • Quality video needed for application
    • Lots of motion
    • Acoustics
  • Video Network Speeds
    • 128 Kbps - PC video, low quality
    • 384 Kbps (1/4 T1) - Groups
    • Fractional to T1 - Higher quality
    • 37 Mbps - Full motion video
video considerations27
Video Considerations
  • Quantity of time in use
    • Scheduling
    • Usage sensitive
  • Locations
    • How many
    • Same or different
    • Point-to-Point or Multipoint
network connectivity

A

B

Bridge

B

A

C

D

Network Connectivity

Analog Dial-Up

ISDN

  • Switched
  • Dedicated Point-to-Point
  • Dedicated Mutipoint
  • Packet Switching

Frame Relay

Asynchronous Transfer Mode

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Voice/Video/Data

Transmission

Satellite

Microwave tower

Satellite dish

Physical Transmission

Cloud

Media

Wireless network

node

Copper Cable

Coaxial Cable

Fiber Cable

Mobile Communications

slide30

Video

Codec

T1

V.35

RS449

Multiple Interfaces

Telecommunication

Device

Wide Area Network

T1, Fractional T1,

ISDN, Switched 56

Telecommunication

Device

T1

V.35

RS449

Multiple Interfaces

Video

Codec

Compressed Video Network Requirements

slide31

Video

Codec

Video

Codec

Telecommunication

Device

Telecommunication

Device

Wide Area Network

T1, Fractional T1,

ISDN, Switched 56

Multipoint Control Unit

Telecommunication

Device

Video

Codec

MultiPoint Video Conferencing

slide32

Audio Codec

Video Codec

Video Conferencing Equipment Interfaces

Audio Speakers

Full Motion Video Monitors

Graphics Monitor

Outputs

Audio Amp

Interface Equipment

T1, Fractional T1,

ISDN, Switched 56

Control

Interface

Audio Mixer

Inputs

Data Connection

Graphics Camera

Personal Computer

Microphones

Full Motion Camera

slide33

Rec. H.261

Rec. H.221

I-400-Series Recs

Video Codec

Video I/O Equipment

H.200/AV.250-Series Recs.

Network

Audio I/O Equipment

Audio

Codec

Delay

Network

Interface

MUX/

DMUX

T-Series, H.200/AV.270-Series Recs., etc.

Telematic Equipment

MCU

Recs. H.242, H.230, H.221

End-To-End Signaling C&I

System Control

End-To-Network Signaling

I-400-Series

Basic Structure of the ITU-T H.320 Set of Standards

slide34

Applications

Distance Learning: Higher Education

Universities: Texas A&M University

University of Texas Systems

Texas Tech University

University of Houston

Others: Stephen F. Austin University

UTMB @ Galveston

Austin Community College

Several others

slide35

Applications

Telemedicine - Physician and Patient

Consulting

Education

Projects: UTMB Project with the TDCJ Units

MHMR Project (Vernon and Terrell)

TDH Project with South Texas Hospital

slide36

Applications

Distance Learning: K-12

State: Texas Education Agency TSTARS

TENET Project

Consortiums: Southwest Center for Advanced Technological Education (SCATE: TSTC @ Sweetwater)

Bailer University (McClennan County)

slide37

Applications

Conferences - Executive Briefing, Mission or Staff

Agencies: Texas Rehabilitation Comm.

Texas Dept. of Transportation

Department of Commerce

Legislative Budget Board

Texas Department of Health

Higher Education Coordinating Board

slide38

Applications

Hearings (Legislative, Judicial, Executive)

Agencies: Court of Appeals Project (8th District)

Supreme Court Disciplinary Hearings Board

Office of the Attorney General, Federal Courts and TDCJ

slide39

VIDNET HUB SITES

PHASE I & II

Amarillo

20

Lubbock

Wichita Falls

60

60

Denton

60

Dallas/

Fort Worth

Sweetwater

Tyler

60

200

200

60

Midland/

El Paso

Odessa

Waco

60

Nacogdoches

200

60

200

SWBT

San Angelo

Austin

200

20

60

UT

200

Beaumont

San Antonio

200

200

Houston

200

Teleos 200 Hub/8 Hubs

Corpus

Christi

200

60

Galveston

Teleos 60 Hub/16 Hubs

(Gray Hubs are not installed, yet.)

60

200

Harlingen

question what is the future of telecommunications or answer the future is telecommunications

Question: What is the Future of Telecommunications? or Answer: The Future is Telecommunications.