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Hybrid Radio-Over-Fiber and OCDMA Architecture for Fiber to the Personal Area Network

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The future communication needs of network subscribers demand a broadband optical access tier that supports user mobility in a heterogeneous landscape of wireless networks. A hybrid architecture is proposed in this paper where high-frequency wireless data communication is enabled via a combination of optical code and radio-over-fiber techniques. The feasibility is confirmed by simulations in case of two spectrally-efficient modulation formats at a 1-Gb/s throughput.

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 12 )