Definition Edit

The last 100 feet is

the link between the last mile and the end-user's terminal, which is similar to the way a driveway connects a traveler’s home or office to a local road. The last 100 feet includes the in-house wiring found in a consumer's residence, the wiring in an apartment or office building, the more complex wiring in a wireline local area network, or the wireless links in a local wireless network.[1]

References Edit

  1. Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Capability: Second Report, at 11.

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