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Remotely amplified combined ring-tree dense access network architecture using reflective RSOA-based ONU

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A highly scalable access architecture achieving high density and featuring resiliency, centralized light-generation control, remote amplification, and colorless optical network unit with reflective semiconductor optical amplifier (RSOA) for upstream modulation is presented and experimentally demonstrated. It is based on a user-single-fiber completely passive outside plant and provides broadband connections to >1000 users distributed along large distances. It is believed to represent an intermediate step toward metro-access convergence and offers flexible configurations covering high- and low-density population areas.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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