7 February 2015 RFoG deployment into the next-generation networks
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This paper is dealing with problems and possibilities of RFoG (Radio Frequency over Glass) technology deployment into the new generation optical access networks. Passive optical networks (PON) offer, except high bit rate, also a very wide range of applicability for various traffic data services. These services can be combined with different transmission technologies. The one of the most important needs upon these networks is also their backward compatibility with older analog technologies. The experimental part is devoted to broadcasting of RFoG through the designed PON networks and experimental measurements, using objective methods. The conclusion of this article is focused on the evaluation of individual measurements and considering of the feasibility of RFoG technology deployment in practical utilization.
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Petr Siska, Petr Siska, Tomas Hlavinka, Tomas Hlavinka, Petr Koudelka, Petr Koudelka, Jan Latal, Jan Latal, Jan Vitasek, Jan Vitasek, Lukas Hajek, Lukas Hajek, Radek Poboril, Radek Poboril, } "RFoG deployment into the next-generation networks", Proc. SPIE 9388, Optical Metro Networks and Short-Haul Systems VII, 93880R (7 February 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2087121; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2087121
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