A 10-Gb/s 1024-Way-Split 100-km Long-Reach Optical-Access Network

@article{Shea2007A11,
  title={A 10-Gb/s 1024-Way-Split 100-km Long-Reach Optical-Access Network},
  author={Darren P. Shea and J.E. Mitchell},
  journal={Journal of Lightwave Technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={25},
  pages={685-693}
}
Optical-access networks have been developed to remove the access-network bandwidth bottleneck. However, the current solutions do not adequately address the network economics to provide a truly cost-effective solution. Long-reach optical-access networks introduce a cost-effective solution by connecting the customer directly to the core network, bypassing the metro network, and, hence, removing significant cost. This paper charts the design and development of a 1024-way-split 100-km 10-Gb/s… Expand
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