What is Shared Spectrum Service?
Carriers and service providers can access non-voice frequency spectrum on the twisted metallic pair via our Spectrum Sharing Service (SSS). This same metallic pair is used to provide our analogue telephone service (POTS) to end users.
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How it worksWhen providing SSS, we provide a Public Service Telephone Service (PSTS) voice band service to an end user and provide access to the same line to a carrier or service provider (the access seeker). This enables the access seeker to acquire SSS and to simultaneously provide other services (typically ADSL broadband) over the high frequency portion of the line.
SSS is normally used to provide data services via the carrier or service provider’s DSLAM located in the TEBA space in Telstra exchanges.
This area provides the information required to obtain Telstra site access, as well as the EACS cards and physical keys order form.
- SSS managed network migration forecast template (XLS, 478KB)
- SSS Single Connection forecast template (XLS, 100KB)
- MDF POI SSS MNM (SSP) 20-day FNN list (XLS, 300KB)
- Splitter specification for ADSL/POTS Spectrum Sharing (PDF, 219KB)