ES:Tag:telecom=service_device

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British outdoor dslam inside.jpg
Descripción
Active equipment which deliver service to connected customers. It can be for instance a DSLAM, a telephone switch, or more recently an OLT for optical networks. It excludes amplifiers or repeaters installed along local loops or long distance lines. Edit this description in the wiki page. Edit this description in the data item.
Grupo: Telecomunicaciones
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Service devices are active equipment which deliver service to connected customers. It can be for instance a DSLAM, a telephone switch, or more recently an OLT for optical networks. It excludes amplifiers or repeaters installed along local loops or long distance lines.
This proposal isn't intended to fully define how service devices work, since it's a complex topic and not so relevant for OSM.
Such service devices are usually installed in telecom exchange buildings, but they can also sometimes be installed outdoor, in standalone street cabinets. This may be because of a lack of physical space in exchange buildings, or to increase data rates in suburbs areas by shortening the length of the copper local loop.
Those cabinets must only contain service devices without a distribution frame, otherwise they turn into an actual telecom=exchange in a cabinet. Furthermore, a service device cabinet does not create a new local loop: it simply serves a subset of customers on an existing local loop, and connects back to an upstream telecom exchange building.

Tagging

Key Value Description Use
telecom service_device mandatory
telecom:medium copper or fibre mainly Depend on which technology the service is delivered to customers mandatory
man_made street_cabinet If the service device is inside a street cabinet recommended
street_cabinet telecom The corresponding street cabinet is mainly intended for telecom networks recommended
operator <operator> The name of the company that operates the cabinet. recommended
owner <owner> The name of the organization which has the ownership of the cabinet (State or local administrative organization for example) recommended
ref <reference> Device cabinet (several devices can be in a single cabinet) reference as seen in situation recommended

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Las ediciones automáticas están extremadamente desaconsejadas a menos que realmente ¡sepas qué estás haciendo!
Si conoces lugares con esta etiqueta, verifica si pudieran ser etiquetados con otra diferente.
Las ediciones automáticas están extremadamente desaconsejadas a menos que realmente ¡sepas qué estás haciendo!

Examples

Photo Tagging Note
British outdoor dslam cabinet.jpg

man_made=street_cabinet
street_cabinet=telecom
telecom=service_device
telecom:medium=copper
operator=Openreach
location=pavement

Such cabinets are usual in England, operated by openreach and installed next to local loop connection points. They host dslam nearer from subscribers as to increase their transmission rate over xDSL connections.