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OCDMA and Optical Coding: Principles, Applications, and Challenges [Topics in Optical Communications]

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2 Author(s)
Fouli, K. ; Univ. du Quebec, Quebec City ; Maier, M.

We survey the current trends in OCDMA and optical coding through their applications. Although a prerequisite for OCDMA, optical coding distinguishes itself from OCDMA through major applications where codes are not applied to data and carry network-level information other than user identity. After introducing the principles of coding, we discuss OCDMA and its applications, particularly OCDMA PON. Optical coding and its applications are then reviewed.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 8 )