Philippe Chanclou

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This paper describes the technical aspects of optical access solutions for mobile fronthaul application. The mobile context and main constraints of fronthaul signals are presented. The need for a demarcation point between the Mobile operator and the Fiber provider is introduced. The optical solution to achieve such a network is discussed. A WDM network with(More)
With the recent increase of the number of Fiber-to-the-Home deployments worldwide, and the corresponding huge investment in infrastructure, there is a need to devise a migration path that assures the full future usability and enhanced performance of the installed fiber plant, possibly using emerging opto-electronic technologies. With this aim, within the(More)
Reflective semiconductor optical amplifier fiber cavity lasers (RSOA-FCLs) are appealing, colorless, self-seeded, self-tuning and cost-efficient upstream transmitters. They are of interest for wavelength division multiplexed passive optical networks (WDM-PONs) based links. In this paper, we compare RSOA-FCLs with alternative colorless sources, namely the(More)
We report system simulation and experimental results on enhanced transmission distance over standard single mode fiber thanks to a novel dual modulation technique that generates a wideband optical single side band orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OSSB-OFDM) signal using a low-cost, integrated , dual RF access electro-absorption modulated laser.(More)
We propose a passive architecture mixing G-PON and VDSL2 technologies. We evaluate a single-user per port FTTdp prototype providing up to 100Mbit/s bidirectional bit rate per customer over 100m from the distribution point.