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Characterization of a High Capacity Multi-User Optical Access Network Using 1 Gb/s 16 QAM Subcarrier Multiplexing

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Error free operation assuming common FEC techniques is experimentally demonstrated for a multi-user optical access network based on 40 channel DWDM-PON infrastructure and Gigabit Ethernet 16 QAM subcarrier multiplexing transmission. Such a system would support 400 users with symmetrical 1.25 Gb/s connections and media independent final connectivity. To replicate actual working conditions, the experimental setup relied only on commercially available components and was tested with realistic distance reach and high sub-channel load.

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 9 )

Date of Publication:

May1, 2009

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