1 August 2007 Multiwavelength optical sender/receiver mounted on a PC connected to a passive optical network
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Optical Engineering, 46(8), 085007 (2007). doi:10.1117/1.2771645
Abstract
The authors have developed a multiwavelength Internet protocol (IP) packet sender/receiver to be inserted into a peripheral component interconnect (PCI)-bus slot of a personal computer (PC) or a workstation. When the PCs or workstations with the sender/receiver are connected to an Internet access network configured on a passive optical network (PON) as client terminals, a peer-to-peer connection-oriented communication path can be set up between them. The PCs can afford a real-time interactive communication with quality of service (QoS) fully guaranteed.
Hironari Matsuda, Takuya Kaminogou, Tadahiko Yasui, "Multiwavelength optical sender/receiver mounted on a PC connected to a passive optical network," Optical Engineering 46(8), 085007 (1 August 2007). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2771645
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Interfaces

Modulation

Coarse wavelength division multiplexing

Internet

Multiplexers

Optical engineering

Optical amplifiers

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