Duplexing methods for PON systems using multimode fiber with multicarrier transmission

R.O. Taniman, P. Megret (Editor), A.C. van Bochove, M. Wuilpart (Editor), S. Bette (Editor), N. Staquet (Editor)

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    Deploying a PON using multimode fiber in the access network is viewed as a costeffective solution. However, a multimode fiber link exhibits a time-dispersive nature. To cope with this problem, an OFDM transmission method is used. In this work, a comparison study on several duplexing methods for this system was performed to decide upon the recommended method for the system. The choices that were examined are: TDD, FDD, WDD and SDD (time-, frequency-, wavelength- and space- division duplexing). Based on the following criteria: channel characterization, flexible bandwidth proportion, crosstalk & beat noise impairment, components-saving and system capacity, it was concluded that SDD is the most feasible one among other choices, immediately followed by WDD.
    Original languageUndefined
    Pages149-152
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    Event10th Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2005 - Mons, Belgium
    Duration: 1 Dec 20082 Dec 2008
    Conference number: 10

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    Conference10th Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2005
    CountryBelgium
    CityMons
    Period1/12/082/12/08

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    • IR-58223

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    Taniman, R. O., Megret, P. (Ed.), van Bochove, A. C., Wuilpart, M. (Ed.), Bette, S. (Ed.), & Staquet, N. (Ed.) (2005). Duplexing methods for PON systems using multimode fiber with multicarrier transmission. 149-152. Paper presented at 10th Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2005, Mons, Belgium.
    Taniman, R.O. ; Megret, P. (Editor) ; van Bochove, A.C. ; Wuilpart, M. (Editor) ; Bette, S. (Editor) ; Staquet, N. (Editor). / Duplexing methods for PON systems using multimode fiber with multicarrier transmission. Paper presented at 10th Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2005, Mons, Belgium.
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    Taniman, RO, Megret, P (ed.), van Bochove, AC, Wuilpart, M (ed.), Bette, S (ed.) & Staquet, N (ed.) 2005, 'Duplexing methods for PON systems using multimode fiber with multicarrier transmission' Paper presented at 10th Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2005, Mons, Belgium, 1/12/08 - 2/12/08, pp. 149-152.

    Duplexing methods for PON systems using multimode fiber with multicarrier transmission. / Taniman, R.O.; Megret, P. (Editor); van Bochove, A.C.; Wuilpart, M. (Editor); Bette, S. (Editor); Staquet, N. (Editor).

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    Taniman RO, Megret P, (ed.), van Bochove AC, Wuilpart M, (ed.), Bette S, (ed.), Staquet N, (ed.). Duplexing methods for PON systems using multimode fiber with multicarrier transmission. 2005. Paper presented at 10th Annual Symposium of the IEEE/LEOS Benelux Chapter 2005, Mons, Belgium.