Options for future optical access networks

  title={Options for future optical access networks},
  author={Russell Davey and Junichi Kani and Fabrice Bourgart and Kent Mccammon},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
Optical access technology is now standardized, commercially available, and being deployed in some countries. In general, technology continues to develop, and optical access is no exception. New optical access technologies are now being widely reported; the technical trends are WDM, 10 Gb/s, and longer reach/higher splits. It is also important to take account of the evolution from installed legacy in possible future optical access standards 
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