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More Than Communications: Environment Monitoring Using Existing Optical Fiber Network Infrastructure

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Abstract

We propose reusing existing optical cables in metropolitan networks for distributed sensing using a bidirectional, dual-band architecture where communications and sensing signals can coexist with weak interaction on the same optical fiber.

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