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7 February 2015 Deep optical access on multi-core and multi-mode fiber for integrated wireless applications
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Deep integrated optical access networks target to provide great capillarity and multiple ONTs for cost- and energy-efficient pervasive connectivity seamless supporting integrated wireless. Several key optical technologies are herein reported supporting integrated deep optical access: Bundled radio-over-fiber transmission is proposed and demonstrated for the provision of quintuple-play services achieving 125 km SSMF optical reach. Bend-insensitive fiber in-building distribution is also proposed and demonstrated supporting joint legacy coaxial transmission. Multimode POF is also proposed and demonstrated suitable for joint in-building distribution of MATV and SMATV broadcasting signals. Optical comb technology us is also demonstrated suitable for mm-wave radio generation of multiband OFDM wireless signals. Finally, multicore fiber transmission is also proposed and demonstrated suitable for the transmission of LTE and WIMAX in wireless fronthaul applications in a minimized inter-core crosstalk penalty configuration.
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Roberto Llorente, Maria Morant, Marta Beltrán, and Andrés Macho "Deep optical access on multi-core and multi-mode fiber for integrated wireless applications", Proc. SPIE 9387, Broadband Access Communication Technologies IX, 938708 (7 February 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2079741
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