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We present the investigation of the fiber Bragg grating (FBG) filter as an optical single sideband (SSB) filter at the receiving site. A comparison is made with an alternative optical SSB generation technique using optical SSB transmitter. The function of the optical SSB filter is employed to replace the optical SSB transmitter, not only to select the appropriate wavelength but also to suppress the fiber dispersion effect. Using simple FBG filter as an optical SSB filter in full-duplex radio-on-fiber (ROF) transport systems is a very attractive option, as it is passive and potentially low cost.