Optical Subsystems for Next Generation Access Networks

J.A Lazaro (Invited author), V. Polo (Invited author), B. Schrenk (Invited author), F. Bonada (Invited author), I. Cano (Invited author), E. T. Lopez (Invited author), C. Kazmierski (Invited author), G. de Valicourt (Invited author), R. Brenot (Invited author), J. Bauwelinck (Invited author), X.-Z. Qiu (Invited author), P. Ossieur (Invited author), M. Forzati (Invited author), P.-J. Rigole (Invited author), Idelfonso Tafur Monroy (Invited author), E. Tangdiongga (Invited author), M. Morant (Invited author), L. Nicolau (Invited author), A. L. Teixeira (Invited author), D. Erasme (Invited author)D. Klonidis, I. Tomkos, J. Prat, C. Kouloumentas, H. Avramopoulos

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Recent optical technologies are providing higher flexibility to next generation access networks: on the one hand, providing progressive FTTx and specifically FTTH deployment, progressively shortening the copper access network; on the other hand, also opening fixed-mobile convergence solutions in next generation PON architectures. It is provided an overview of the optical subsystems developed for the implementation of the proposed NG-Access Networks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Access Networks and In-house Communications (ANIC) 11
PublisherThe Optical Society
Publication date2011
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventAccess Networks and In-house Communications - Toronto, Canada
Duration: 1 Jan 2011 → …


ConferenceAccess Networks and In-house Communications
CityToronto, Canada
Period01/01/2011 → …


  • Fiber optics communications
  • Fiber optics links and subsystems


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