“busy hour” means the time when a network of a service is maximum utilized;
“broadband” means the information transmission scheme capable of sending
or receiving a large volume of data packets originating from or
destined for different customers over a single medium at a high speed,
achieving an upstream or downstream data flow of at least 256 Kbps
to provide services to such customers simultaneous;
“broadband services” means an always-on bandwidth service that has a
downstream capacity of at least 256Kbps;
“broadband over power line” also referred by acronym “BPL” means a
technology that utilizes existing high and medium voltage power lines
to transport data at broadband speeds;
“dark fiber” means a fiber optic cable that is installed but does not have the
lasers installed to "light" the fiber;
“frequency” means the number of complete cycles or waves per second, as
measured in cycles per second or hertz, Hz;
“internet exchange point” means a technical point where internet traffic is
being exchanged between carriers of internet traffic on noncommercial basis;
“kilobit per second also known by acronym kbps” means thousand bits
transmitted in each second;
“licensee” means an entity licensed by the Authority to provide electronic
communication or postal services;
“network service provider” also known by acronym “NSP” in the context of
this regulation means a legal entity holding a licence to provide
internet service and supplies path to the World Wide Web without
controlling the content;
“network latency” means the round trip delay for traffic within the local
broadband network from the customer to the nearest serving internet
access services provider node, which is based on a standard packet size
of 32 bits and is also known as “ping time”;
“optical fibre” means the technology of using an extremely thin strand of glass
to conduct pulsed light signals of one or more different wavelengths
without amplification over a distance of up to 70 miles;
“packet loss” means the percentage of packets lost between two designated
routers within the local access services provider nodes;

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