Towards bandwidth scalable transceiver technology for optical metro-access networks

Sandis Spolitis, Vjaceslavs Bobrovs, Christoph Wagner, Juan José Vegas Olmos, Idelfonso Tafur Monroy

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Massive fiber-to-the-home network deployment is creating a challenge for telecommunications network operators: exponential increase of the power consumption at the central offices and a never ending quest for equipment upgrades operating at higher bandwidth. In this paper, we report on flexible signal slicing technique, which allows transmission of high-bandwidth signals via low bandwidth electrical and optoelectrical equipment. The presented signal slicing technique is highly scalable in terms of bandwidth which is determined by the number of slices used. In this paper performance of scalable sliceable transceiver for 1 Gbit/s non-return to zero (NRZ) signal sliced into two slices is presented. Digital signal processing (DSP) power consumption and latency values for proposed sliceable transceiver technique are also discussed. In this research post FEC with 7% overhead error free transmission has been demonstrated over different fiber types and lengths up to 25 km.
Originele taal-2Engels
Titel2015 Advances in Wireless and Optical Communications
Plaats van productiePiscataway
UitgeverijInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Aantal pagina's4
ISBN van geprinte versie9781467374316
StatusGepubliceerd - 2015
Extern gepubliceerdJa
Evenement2016 Advances in Wireless and Optical Communications (RTUWO) - Riga, Letland
Duur: 5 nov 20156 nov 2015


Congres2016 Advances in Wireless and Optical Communications (RTUWO)


  • Optical access networks
  • Optical communication equipment
  • Optical fiber networks
  • Optical receivers
  • Optical transmitters
  • Transceivers
  • Digital signal processing
  • Signal slicing

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