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The burst-mode 3R receiver using monolithic ICs for 10-Gbit/s-class optical access networks is reported. In a point-to-multipoint access system like a passive optical network (PON), the receiver at… (More)
This paper proposes a 100Gbit/s-class-WDM/TDM-PON system that uses wavelength tunability and DWBA to provide a flexible load balance and enlarged total bandwidth. An experiment of the downstream… (More)
Given the growing need for high-speed access networks with reliable service delivery and lifeline support, fiber-based access rapidly becomes the prevailing solution around the world. Ethernet… (More)
A careful choice of burst-mode 3R receiver circuits achieves fast settling of 200 ns and low power of 1.68 W as well as the optical sensitivity and dynamic range in the 10G-EPON specification.
This paper proposes a WDM/TDM-PON architecture using a shared wavelength and a technique to aggregate narrowband traffic to reduce power consumption of the optical line terminal (OLT). The proposed… (More)
We have developed a 10-Gbit/s burst-mode clock and data recovery IC for future WBM/TDM-PON access networks. A fabricated IC (CMOS) is operated at 10 Gbit/s with preamble bits of 0-16, a duty-cycle… (More)
In next-generation passive optical networks (PONs), the traffic exchanged among optical network units (ONUs) belonging to the same PON, i.e. inter-ONU traffic, will increase because of emerging… (More)
10G burst-mode PIN-TIA module has been developed using a fast two-stage AOC technique. It exhibits a quick response of 10 nsec, high sensitivity of-19.5 dBm, and a wide dynamic range of 20.5 dB.
We report a prototype, 4x4 (4 input/4 output) label processing and switching sub-system for 10-Gb/s asynchronous burst variable-length optical packets. With the prototype, we perform a 4x4 optical… (More)
We propose and demonstrate a 1.25/10.3-Gbit/s dual-rate burst-mode receiver with two gate circuits to separate the signals according to the bit rate of the input signals. This receiver is cost… (More)