25 August 1999 Performance of burst-mode receiver and optical repeater units in SuperPON
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This paper describes the TDMA uplink of the ACTS PLANET project, realizing a high split long range access network using optical amplification. An overview of the network topology and the different building blocks is given. In particular, the differentiating burst mode receiver, the optical repeater units and the amplified splitter controller will be discussed. Bit error measurements were performed to define the system limits of the access network. It is shown that a feeder length of 90 km, in combination with a split factor of 2000 and a drop section length of 10 km are feasible.
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Jan Codenie, Jan Codenie, Brecht Stubbe, Brecht Stubbe, Chris Coene, Chris Coene, R. Vlaminck, R. Vlaminck, Peter Vaes, Peter Vaes, X. Z. Qui, X. Z. Qui, Jan Vandewege, Jan Vandewege, Paolo Solina, Paolo Solina, B. Hans Slabbinck, B. Hans Slabbinck, } "Performance of burst-mode receiver and optical repeater units in SuperPON", Proc. SPIE 3843, All-Optical Networking 1999: Architecture, Control, and Management Issues, (25 August 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.360397; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.360397
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