NG-PON2 Transmission Convergence Layer: A Tutorial

  title={NG-PON2 Transmission Convergence Layer: A Tutorial},
  author={Denis A. Khotimsky},
  journal={Journal of Lightwave Technology},
The first family of multi-wavelength PON systems, 40-gigabit-capable capable passive optical networks (NG-PON2), has been specified by the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU-T). This tutorial, which is based on the author's ECOC'2015 presentation on the topic, offers a comprehensive review of the NG-PON2 transmission convergence layer specification, and is addressed to a wide range of readers who are active in the field of optical… CONTINUE READING

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