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Delivering cordless telephony in the access network using `fibre-radio'

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3 Author(s)
Mack Smith, D. ; BT Labs., Ipswich, UK ; Cooper, A.J. ; Merrett, R.P.

A method of delivering cordless access is described, in which a radio distribution point (DP) is fed by an analogue optical link. Using sub-carrier multiplexing the radio path between the handset and the cordless fixed part is extended over single-mode optical fibre, in a system known as `fibre-radio'. The call processing and other functions such as frequency conversion may therefore be located at a local exchange, minimising the size, power consumption and complexity of the DP. The author discusses the critical design parameters for such a system and reports practical demonstrations of single- and four-channel systems employing CT2 technology

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Mobile Radio and Personal Communications, 1991., Sixth International Conference on

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9-11 Dec 1991

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