A collection of media statements and links that make useful references!
How Binfield Heath got their result
Rural broadband projects – Gigaclear article
Fast Broadband – email from Ellisfield Parish Council (141013)
BDUK feasibility study
UK Digital Future
Report from House of Lords
Henley Standard launch coverage for Connect8
BBC TV South – Oxford news
Radio Oxford news item
Interesting chart on expected speed vs distance from cabinet…
You might like this chart too…
Neil Fairbrother’s articles are well worth a look. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/50f1dea5e4b02b3b2219b874/t/5216595ae4b0cb074c7802f2/1377196380674/VDSL+final.png?format=750w
We have plenty of material on the technical limitations of BT’s “Superfarce Fraudband”, and have also been running a wireless network to over 165 properties very similar to the one you propose. Feel free to contact us if you think we might be able to help or advise.
Good luck and best wishes.
16 premises in the tiny North Yorkshire village of Ulshaw have become the first in Northern England to get access to superfast broadband (24Mbps+) speeds thanks to BT’s trial of a new broadband technology called Fibre-to-the-Remote-Node (FTTrN)
interesting, if this is calibrated by my existing ADSL2+ speed of 14mbps at 2.5km it suggests that Pyrton should achieve 12mbps rather than the predicted 2mbps on BT Infinity
Is it worth adding a link for “how to check whats available” http://gosuperfastchecker.culture.gov.uk/
DCMS UK Next Generation Network Infrastructure Deployment Plan
Broadband Delivery UK
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