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We report a first indoor wireless visible-light link operating up to 230 Mbit/s by use of on-off-keying and with bit-error-ratios below 2·10-3. The results were achieved for illuminance levels… (More)
We report the first visible light link based on WDM and DMT modulation of a single RGB-type white LED, operating at an aggregate rate of 803 Mbit/s within the FEC 2·10<sup>−3</sup> limit.
We report the first Gigabit-range visible light link based on off-the-shelf RGB-type white LEDs. By application of WDM and DMT modulation an aggregate rate of 1.25 Gbit/s within the FEC 2·10-3 limit… (More)
Two evolution paths for power-splitting passive optical access networks are presented and discussed, where the focus is on both introduction of protection against fibre cuts and increase of bandwidth… (More)
In multicarrier direct modulation direct detection systems, interaction between laser chirp and fiber group velocity dispersion induces subcarrier-to-subcarrier intermixing interferences (SSII) after… (More)
New software-defined open network concepts are proposed in this paper to enable an efficient implementation of front- and backhaul solutions for future 5G mobile networks. Main requirements for 5G… (More)
Future converged fixed-mobile networks need high-speed radio links in deployment scenarios where fibre is not available or too expensive. In this paper, we present a field-programmable gate array… (More)
For the first time, we present optimized indoor visible light links at up to 806 Mbit/s using a single channel of a low-cost off-the-shelf RGB-LED. While the RGB-LED acts as transmitter, a high… (More)
Considerable research is being conducted to exploit the potential of novel WDM-PONs exhibiting individual, data and protocol agnostic virtual point-to-point (p2p) links for each ONU. The research… (More)
We propose an implementation concept for a 100G OFDM-PON for a converged 5G network. A real-time OLT prototype and ONU detection with partial bandwidth are presented.