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Increasing Flexibility and Capacity in Real PON Deployments by Using 2/4/8-PAM Formats

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Abstract

Current PONs use OOK throughout the network regardless of actual path losses. Flexible 4/8-PAM for better-situated ONUs can significantly increase the aggregated data rate, without expensive optics investment. 8-PAM is made feasible with zero-overhead data-aided-equalization.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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