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The Effect of Fibre Broadband on Student Learning

Arthur Grimes
2017 Social Science Research Network  
We estimate the impact of ultra-fast broadband on schools' academic performance using a difference-in-difference study of a new fibre broadband network.  ...  We show that fibre broadband increases primary schools' passing rates in standardised assessments by roughly one percentage point.  ...  Thus the overall effect of fibre broadband provision on school performance is ambiguous. We estimate that effect by studying New Zealand's 'Ultra-Fast Broadband Initiative'.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2946583 fatcat:2u6wii7ymfcubowjohk7oqdg3u

The social surplus of broadband initiatives in compulsory education

David Peter Parsons
2016 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
This article reports on an interview-based study engaging a range of stakeholders in educational broadband provision.  ...  Part of this investment is specifically targeted at compulsory education, with initiatives that include bringing fibre connections to the school gate, supporting on-site network upgrades (including wireless  ...  As a result of this infrastructure build, 97.7% of schools and 99.9% of students will receive ultra-fast broadband capability, with the remaining 2.3% of schools in remote areas given wireless or satellite  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v20i0.1188 fatcat:7wbtrwwj2fattpepw5hwcfbh5y

Guest Editorial: The surge and consequences of anywhere broadband

John Costa, Mike Miller
2012 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
The growing currency of today is information, and as a number of papers in this Issue effectively reaffirm, broadband by various means is increasingly showing itself to be a key building block and productivity  ...  ultra-fast broadband initiative.  ...  a post-4G platform, to facilitate green, efficient and fast mobile-over-fibre and fixed/mobile convergence.  ... 
doi:10.7790/tja.v62i1.302 fatcat:kin3hrthnrdrnnf57aud5osf4u

On the design of inclusive ubiquitous access

Amos Nungu, Robert Olsson, Bjorn Pehrson
2011 2011 Third International Conference on Ubiquitous and Future Networks (ICUFN)  
On the technical side, we first discuss an affordable, high-performance, low-effect router based on open source software and standard off-the-shelf hardware offering both copper and fibre links.  ...  We also provide a status report from ongoing field-tests regarding provisioning of broadband network services in Serengeti, Tanzania, and outline briefly our strategy to achieve sustainability.  ...  Design of low-effect network elements is one approach.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icufn.2011.5949189 fatcat:izbum75gl5clxer7xhszonr3rm

Picking up Speed: Does Ultrafast Broadband Increase Firm Productivity?

Richard Fabling, Arthur Grimes
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Using an IV strategy based on proximity to schools (that were targeted in the UFB roll-out), we find that the average effect of UFB adoption on employment and (labour and multifactor) productivity is insignificantly  ...  JEL codes D22, L23, O33 Keywords Ultrafast broadband adoption, fibre-to-the-door, productivity, organisational change, complementary investments Summary haiku UFB alone is not the path to success.  ...  *** The table shows means of indicator variables where firms reported ICT use as important in achieving the outcome (see question 7 in appendix).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2884330 fatcat:65bdplytd5dyvefh44bjdpkiwi

Digital Cartography Enterprise: Neoliberalism, Governmentality and Digital Infrastructure

Holly Randell-Moon
2018 Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture  
In this paper, I argue the competition stimulated a range of activities that cohere with creative and smart city policies, the growth of information and communications technology (ICT) and immaterial labour  ...  This term captures both the neoliberal and post-industrial spatial rationalities of urban planning and policy with respect to securing ICT-readiness as well as the governmentalised disciplining of the  ...  Along with Ryan Tippet, she is the editor of Security, Race, Biopower: Essays on Technology and Corporeality (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). She is co-editor of the journal, Somatechnics.  ... 
doi:10.16997/wpcc.293 fatcat:5e4viojygrcrlbchbqdqn43pei

Design and Implementation of an Inclusive Ubiquitous Access

Amos Nungu, Robert Olsson, Björn Pehrson
2012 Wireless personal communications  
On the technical side, we first discuss an affordable, high-performance, low-effect router based on open source software and standard off-the-shelf hardware offering both copper and fibre links.  ...  We also provide a status report from ongoing field-tests regarding provisioning of broadband network services in Serengeti, Tanzania, and outline briefly our strategy to achieve sustainability.  ...  Acknowledgments The contribution of the MinNE student team making the actual implementation and testing of the prototype [26] in the Communication Systems Design framework (CSD) [27] is gratefully  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-012-0801-5 fatcat:5owei3fap5fjxix3bhujmumcg4

Frontiers in Guided Wave Optics and Optoelectronics [chapter]

Bishnu Pal
2010 Frontiers in Guided Wave Optics and Optoelectronics  
detail, which is of critical importance for the field of ultra-fast optics.  ...  One important finding of their studies is the necessity of co-doping with Aluminium for achieving broadband luminescence at the infrared wavelengths when pumped with commercially available 810 nm high  ...  Most of the chapters are state-of-the-art on respective topics or areas that are emerging.  ... 
doi:10.5772/39547 fatcat:e2i6nrbpmjhiblz245saubgz7y

Identifying and quantifying the indirect benefits of broadband networks for e-government and e-business: A bottom-up approach

Marlies Van der Wee, Sofie Verbrugge, Bert Sadowski, Menno Driesse, Mario Pickavet
2015 Telecommunications Policy  
all by 2014), and an ultra broadband strategy (at least 50 Mbps on VDSL, 100 Mbps on fibre by 2020).  ...  In the outcomes, this will have a clear impact on the results, since the effects of fibre will be present from the start in the case of Eindhoven.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.telpol.2013.12.006 fatcat:4shbnjvrlncl3hwy4pqpueoswm

2013 sponsors of the Telecommunications Journal of Australia

2013 Telecommunications Journal of Australia  
The views in this article are those of the author and do not represent ACMA views.  ...  The politics of speed NZ's ultra-fast broadband As recently as late 2008 a key policy plank of the newly elected New Zealand National Government was a $1.5 billion fund for the rollout of Ultra-Fast  ...  The Ultra-Fast Broadband program has made strong progress in Whangarei, as the Government's partner, local electricity lines company Northpower, commenced rolling out Fibre-to-the-Premises prior to the  ... 
doi:10.7790/tja.v63i1.410 fatcat:ttlarsph55derktoht3hkxzwcm

Broadband for All: Policies for a Connected Society

Stephen R. Schmidt, Stanford L. Levin, Graham Scott
2015 Social Science Research Network  
New Zealand recently announced that it would increase its ultra-fast broadband ("UFB") network to reach 80% rather than 75% of households at an additional cost of US $112-155 million on top of the initial  ...  Levin and Schmidt (2015, p. 1) indicate that "(t)he deployment of ultra-fast broadband networks […] has risen to the top of so many government and regulatory agendas because of the material social and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2911686 fatcat:bdsaa75wnzdzjanzg3ukp5b5ti

A way of thinking about vested interests

Colin James, Ellie Argyle
2014 Policy Quarterly  
; special treatment for a company in the ultra-fast broadband roll-out; and a gambling-licencesfor-convention-centre deal.  ...  In 2010–11 three government policy initiatives aroused controversy and accusations of special treatment for 'vested interests': a change in workplace relations law to meet the demands of a film company  ...  The ultra-fast broadband project is in effect a public-private partnership (PPP) between the government-owned Crown Fibre Holdings and companies building the fibre network.  ... 
doi:10.26686/pq.v10i4.4515 fatcat:rpxqaxafp5brpelcos54vbpgsa

Effects of errorless learning on the acquisition of velopharyngeal movement control

Andus Wing-Kuen Wong, Tara Whitehill, Estella Ma, Rich Masters
2012 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Language learning and the developing brain: Cross-cultural studies unravel the effects of biology and culture.  ...  The kernel of this operator (the Herglotz kernel) contains all the information on the SIR.  ...  The effect of RBC for a broadband sound field is showed by simulation, and the problem of dispersion deformation is solved well.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4708235 fatcat:7wzupz5u2nd6nc7ttvbpxwvunm

Super-Broadband Wireless Access Network [chapter]

Seyed Reza, H.S. Al-Raweshidy, T.J. Owens
2012 Wireless Communications and Networks - Recent Advances  
Access network Ultra-fast and super-broadband are recognized as becoming increasingly important as demands for bandwidth multiply.  ...  By replacing electronic switching with ultra fast photonic switching fiber optic transmission is expected to meet the need for super-broadband capacity.  ...  In this scheme, the effect of fiber chromatic dispersion on the distribution of IF signals is much reduced.  ... 
doi:10.5772/35174 fatcat:xumbmakim5gq3pwgyosirh6hnu

Sweden in the digital transformation: Opportunities and challenges [chapter]

2018 OECD Reviews of Digital Transformation: Going Digital in Sweden  
the potential risks of the uneven deployment of "ultra-fast" robust broadband networks.  ...  The Swedish government has set an ambitious broadband targets to achieve ubiquitous "ultra-fast" broadband connectivity by 2025 and progress is reviewed in this chapter.  ...  on the labour market, based on the model of the Innovation Centre established by the FI.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264302259-3-en fatcat:ezetcowaffaupcur76ksakj66y
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