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2.3.12 Geographical scope and diversity

Network business models should take account of geographical realities such as varying customer densities and backhaul costs, but typically data is only available at an aggregate level in the early stages of business planning. This group of exercises illustrates how STEM can make a realistic allowance for slack equipment capacity across a distributed network, how it can perform a hierarchical, site-by-site calculation when the data becomes available without your head exploding, and how the overall results typically compare.

Close the Results program, switch back to the Editor, close any previous models and re-open the WiMAX-DSL02 model.


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