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An OFDMA-based optical access network architecture exhibiting ultra-high capacity and wireline-wireless convergence

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This article presents ACCORDANCE, a novel optical access network architecture based on OFDMA technology and applied on a PON topology. In compliance with next generation optical access requirements, this architecture aims to outperform existing PON solutions in terms of total capacity, bandwidth allocation flexibility, number of users, and network reach. Moreover, it provides the opportunity for convergence with wireless technologies and a smooth migration path from legacy access solutions like TDMA-PONs and DSL.

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:50 ,  Issue: 8 )