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IPACT a dynamic protocol for an Ethernet PON (EPON)
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We investigate design issues for access networks based on passive optical network technology. Expand
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Interleaved Polling with Adaptive Cycle Time (IPACT): A Dynamic Bandwidth Distribution Scheme in an Optical Access Network
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We propose a PON based on polling, with data encapsulated in Ethernet frames, possesses the best qualities, such as dynamic bandwidth distribution. Expand
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Ethernet passive optical network (EPON): building a next-generation optical access network
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This article describes Ethernet passive optical networks, an emerging local subscriber access architecture that combines low-cost point-to-multipoint fiber infrastructure with Ethernet. Expand
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Supporting differentiated classes of service in Ethernet passive optical networks
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Ethernet passive optical networks (EPONs) are being designed to deliver multiple services and applications, such as voice communications, standard and high-definition video (STV and HDTV), video conferencing (interactive video), real-time and near-real-time transactions, and data traffic. Expand
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Wavelength-division-multiplexed passive optical network (WDM-PON) technologies for broadband access: a review (Invited)
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Feature Issue on Optical Access Networks (OAN) The passive optical network (PON) is an optical fiber based network architecture, which can provide much higher bandwidth in the access network compared to traditional copper-based networks. Expand
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Ethernet PON (ePON): Design and Analysis of an Optical Access Network
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In this study, we propose the design and analysis of a PON architecture which has an excellent performance-to-cost ratio. Expand
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An introduction to PON technologies [Topics in Optical Communications]
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Passive optical networks are the most important class of fiber access systems in the world today, and they provide the evolution path to ever higher bandwidths. Expand
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Hybrid wireless-optical broadband access network(woban) : prototype development and research challenges
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The hybrid wireless-optical broadband access network is emerging as a promising technology to provide economical and scalable broadband Internet access. Expand
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Fair queueing with service envelopes (FQSE): a cousin-fair hierarchical scheduler for subscriber access networks
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In this paper, we propose and investigate the characteristics of a fair queueing with service envelopes (FQSE) algorithm-a hierarchical fair-share scheduling algorithm for access networks based on a remote scheduling system such as Ethernet passive optical networks. Expand
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