Making progress with the popular FTTx high level network planning application from Softelnet. All the spreadsheet reports are now presented in an xlsx file. installing the correct version of openpyxl was the breakthrough required, including a few tweaks to the report writer. Currently working on developing the selection of demand points to produce a useable […]
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The map below uses the freely available sample data from Ordnance Survey. Including MasterMap, AddressBasePlus for Royal Mail postal addresses, where matched to a UPRN. And Code-Point for Post Codes. OpenStreetMap provides extractable building polygons, although the building data has large gaps in some towns and as such can only be relied upon to produce […]
Using KSAVI’s Geospatial Network Inventory Free Demo software to create an example FTTP network across Exeter city centre.
Planning FTTH Networks Linking houses to hub points on adjacent roads – Having spoken to professionals about designing planning fibre networks, I wanted to explore the task using QGIS. (Spoiler: And then I discovered Ksavi’s – Geospatial Network Inventory – Fiber optic network planning and design.) Using QGIS example Fibre to the Home (FTTH) networks were […]