xDSL Coverage Maps (GIS Files)

xDSL providers, local Government agencies and other organisations have a need to understand the effective coverage territory of each DSLAM-equipped exchange.  Here we distinguish between PSTN coverage (notionally the whole exchange area) and the respective portions where ADSL/ ADSL2 services can be provided.
Customers obtain a set of ADSL, ADSL2 and "Distance Too Far" polygons for each required ESA.  Once these polygons have been created, geospatial techniques can be used to quantify numbers of included customers, extract company details etc.

Legend:    - Yellow dots, geocoded businesses    - Purple dots, geocoded residences    - Pink dots, G-NAF (underneath the above two layers)

To find out more, please contact us.

PSMA Australian August 2015 update highlights
G-NAF is further enhanced by PSMA Australia in the August 2015 update. Read more...
PSMA Australia May 2015 update highlights
PSMA Australia further enhances G-NAF in the May 2015 update Read more...
PSMA Australia February 2015 update highlights
G-NAF has been further enhanced by PSMA Australia in the February 2015 update Read more...


Aurora Energy

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Australian National University / Fenner School


Broadcast Australia

Cisco Systems


Department of Commerce (NSW)

Department of Communications, IT & The Arts

Gravelroad Consulting

Greenfleet Australia

Hutchison Telecoms

Information Economy Directorate, Government of South Australia (DFEEST)

.id (informed decisions)

Macedon Ranges Shire Council

Murray Regional Development Board

Nextgen Networks

Ocean Broadband


Request DSL

Snitch GPS

The North Queensland Newspaper Company


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