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Establishing a rural fibre cable network is straightforward. It is called the point-to-point method – the fibre has an interrupted run from the home equipment to the rural node (the technical node) up to 10 km away. There is no electronic equipment in the distribution points. The fibres are spliced together using special fibre welds. The cables are laid underground or, if there are utility poles that can be used, overhead Both methods are described below. Whichever method you use, Nexans supplies everything you need to deliver broadband to rural locations.