OFC`10 Summary ---Core Networks Part II

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OFC’10 Summary
--- Access Networks-I
Pulak Chowdhury
OFC/NFOEC’10 Technical Sessions
Access Networks
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OML:
OTuF:
OTuO:
OWQ:
OWG:
OWX:
NWB:
OThG:
OThO:
OThW:
NThB:
Radio over Fiber I
Radio over Fiber II
Next Generation Access Network
Integrated Optical and Wireless Access
Novel Component Technology for WDM-PON
10G-PON Advanced Technologies
Access Networks
Future WDM-PON
Radio Over Fiber Access Networks
Novel PON Technologies
Optical Access Technologies
OFC/NFOEC’10 Technical Sessions
Access Networks
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OML:
OTuF:
OWQ:
OThO:
NWB:
Radio over Fiber I
Radio over Fiber II
Integrated Optical and Wireless Access
Radio Over Fiber Access Networks
Access Networks
OFC/NFOEC’10 Technical Sessions
Access Networks
OML:
OTuF:
OWQ:
OThO:
NWB:
Radio over Fiber I
Radio over Fiber II
Integrated Optical and Wireless Access
Radio over Fiber Access Networks
Access Networks
OTuO:
OWG:
WDM-PON
OWX:
OThG:
OThW:
Next Generation Access Network
Novel Component Technology for
NThB:
Optical Access Technologies
10G-PON Advanced Technologies
Future WDM-PON
Novel PON Technologies
Radio Over Fiber I
Code
OML5
OML4
Title
Long Haul Analog
Links
Novel Generation and
Transmission of 2
Gbps Impulse Radio
Ultra Wideband over
MMF for In-Building
Networks Application
Author/Affiliate
V. J. Urick, NRL,
USA
S. T. Abraha, H.
Yang, C. M.
Okonkwo, B. Van
Den, P. A. Henrie, E.
Tangdiongga, and A.
M. J. Koonen,
COBRA Research
Institute, Eindhoven
University of
Technology, NL
Topic
The principles of radio-frequency
analog photonics are reviewed with
special attention to long-haul analog
links. Novel analog modulation formats
are demonstrated as alternatives to
the intensity-modulation, directdetection technique. Photodiode
limitations and receiver designs are
discussed.
We propose novel generation technique
of IR-UWB pulse by linearly combining
two monocycles using different pulse
shapes. We experimentally demonstrate
DSP based BER measurement of 2
Gbps IR-UWB over multimode fiber for
in-building networks application.
Trends
Radio Over Fiber I
Code
OML3
OML1
Title
Optical PhaseModulated Radioover-Fiber Links with
K-means Algorithm
for Digital
Demodulation of
8PSK Subcarrier
Multiplexed Signals
Radio Frequency
Transparent
Demodulation for
Broadband Wireless
Links
Author/Affiliate
Gonzalez, Neil
Guerrero; Zibar,
Darko; Yu, Xianbin;
Monroy, Idelfonso
Tafur
Technical
University of
Denmark
Sambaraju, Rakesh;
Zibar, Darko;
Alemany, Ruben;
Caballero, Antonio;
Herrera, Javier;
Monroy, Idelfonso
Tafur
Topic
A k-means algorithm for phase
recovery of three, 50 Mbaud, 8PSK
subcarrier multiplexed signals at 5
GHz for optical phase-modulated
radio-over-fiber is proposed and
experimentally demonstrated after 40
km of single mode fiber transmission.
Novel demodulation technique for radio
over fiber systems, transparent to RF
carrier frequency, employing coherent
detection and baseband digital signal
processing is presented for the first
time. Multi-gigabit signal demodulation
at 40GHz RF is demonstrated.
Trends
Radio Over Fiber I
Code
OML2
Title
Vector Signal
Transmission in
Radio-over-Fiber Link
Employing Optical
Multi-Sidebands
Modulation Scheme
Author/Affiliate
Wu, Xi; Zheng,
Xiaoping; Li,
Shangyuan; Wen,
He; Zhang, Hanyi
Topic
Trends
We propose theoretically and
experimentally demonstrate a radioover-fiber link employing optical multisidebands modulation to transmit
vector signals, with the advantages of
overcoming dispersion-induced fading
effect and system simplification.
Tsinghua University
Radio over
Fiber
Radio Over Fiber II
Code
OTuF4
Title
21 Gbps OFDM
Wireless Signal
Transmission at 60
GHz Using a Simple
IMDD Radio-overFiber System
OTuF2
Arbitrary-Frequency
Optical MillimeterWave Generation for
Radio over Fiber
Systems
Author/Affiliate
Chen, Jason
(Jyehong); Ng’Oma,
Anthony; Shih, PoTsung; George,
Jacob; Annunziata,
Frank; Sauer,
Michael; Lin, ChunTing; Jiang, Wen-Jr.;
Chi, Sien
Yu, Jianjun; Huang,
Ming-Fang; Jia,
Zhensheng;
Chowdhury, Arshad
M.; Chien, HungChang; Dong, Ze;
Jia, Wei; Chang,
Gee-Kung
NEC & GATECH
Topic
A simple double-sideband IMDD RoF
system is successfully employed to
directly transport a 21 Gbps OFDM
signal at 60 GHz over 500 m of
standard single-mode fiber and 10 m
wireless distance.
CORNING & TAIWAN Chiao
Tong University
The arbitrary-frequency optical microwave or
millimeter (mm)-wave signals, ranging
from 25 to 325 -GHz with 25-GHz spacing, can
be simultaneously generated based on the
generation technology of multi-wavelength laser
source followed by a wavelength selected
switch
(WSS). These multi-wavelength signals are
realized by cascading a phase modulator (PM)
and a Mach-Zehnder intensity modulator. This
technology is capable of generating 11
multiwavelengths
from single CW lightwave with less than 2-dB
maximum power difference. One
reconfigurable WSS with one input and four
output ports is employed to select multiple
optical mm-wave signals with a minimal
frequency spacing of 25 GHz.
Trends
Radio Over Fiber II
Code
OTuF5
Title
Multi-Gbps ASK and
QPSK-Modulated 60
GHz RoF Link Using
an Optically Injection
Locked VCSEL
Author/Affiliate
Parekh, Devang;
Yang, Weijian;
Ng’Oma, Anthony;
Fortusini, Davide;
Sauer, Michael;
Benjamin, Seldon;
Hofmann, Werner;
Amann, Markus C.;
Chang-Hasnain,
Topic
A 60 GHz RoF transmitter employing
an optically injection locked VCSEL is
demonstrated for the first time. MultiGbps ASK and QPSK at 60 GHz after
20 km fiber and 3 m wireless
transmission is shown.
UC Berkeley, Corning, and
WSI, Germany
Connie J.
OTuF6
Photonic Generation
and Processing
Technologies for
Converged Ultra-High
Throughput FiberWireless Systems
Jia, Zhensheng; Yu,
Jianjun; Agarwal,
Anjali; Chien, HungChang; Chowdhury,
Arshad M.; Ellinas,
Georgios; Jackel,
Janet L.; Chang,
Gee-Kung
We discuss the recent advances of key
photonic generation and processing
technologies toward
high flexibility, integration, and spectrum
efficiency for delivering ultra-high
throughput wireless services
over optical fiber systems for access
and very-short-reach applications.
Telcordia, GATECH
Trends
Radio Over Fiber II
Code
OTuF3
Title
QPSK-OFDM Radio
over Polymer Optical
Fiber for Broadband
in-building 60GHz
Wireless Access
Author/Affiliate
Jian, Wei; Liu,
Cheng; Chien,
Hung-Chang; Fan,
Shu-Hao; Yu,
Jianguo; Wang,
Jianxin; Yu,
Chongxiu; Dong, Ze;
Yu, Jianjun; Chang,
,
Gee-Kung
Topic
500Mb/s Quadrature Phase-Shift
Keying (QPSK)-Orthogonal Frequency
Division Multiplexing (OFDM) signals
on 60-GHz mm-wave are
experimentally demonstrated over
100-m
graded-index polymer optical fiber with
less than 1 dB power penalty at BER =
10-4.
State Lab, China, NEC Labs,
GATECH
Broadband radio over fiber systems,
OTuF1
White, Ian; Penty,
which can simultaneously distribute
Richard V.; Crisp, M.; multiple wireless services and enable
remote sensing, are reviewed. The
Sabesan, S.
Wideband Wireless
over Fibre Systems
Cambridge
Trends
systems are used to demonstrate
improved remote passive RFID tag
detection through the use of multiple
antennas.
Radio over
Fiber
Integrated Optical and Wireless Access
Code
Title
OWQ6
The Convergence of
Wired and Wireless
Services Delivery in
Access and Home
Networks
OWQ5
Demonstration of
Simultaneous AllOptical UpConversion of Gigabit
Wireless Services at
60-GHz and 64-GHz
in Converged Optical
Wireless System
Carried by Single
Wavelength
Lightwave
Author/Affiliate
M. Popov
Acreo Netlab,
Sweden
Chowdhury, Arshad
M.; Chien, HungChang; Chang, GeeKung
GATECH
Topic
Radio-over-fiber, backhauling and
femtonodes are considered for
delivering mobile communication
services over access and home
networks. The RoF overlay is an
attractive alternative for optical access,
whereas femtonodes are a justified
option for home networks.
All-optical simultaneous up-conversion
of multiple, separate 1-Gb/s wireless
services at 60GHz and 64GHz mmwave band carried by one single
lightwave for in-building radio-over-fiber
based optical wireless access system is
proposed and experimentally
demonstrated.
Trends
Integrated Optical and Wireless Access
Code
Title
Author/Affiliate
Lim, Christina; Lee,
Ka-Lun; Tran, An;
OWQ2
Enabling Passive
Tucker, Rodney S.
Interfaces for
Integrated Optical and
Wireless Access
Networks
U of Melbourne
Qiao, Chunming;
Wang, Jianping;
OWQ1
Integrated Optical and
Wang, Ting
Wireless
Access/Metro
Networks
SUNY, BUFFALO
and NEC
Topic
We propose passive interfaces for
integrated optical-wireless access
networks incorporating
optical-tandem-single-sideband
(OTSSB) modulation scheme. The
performance of the interfaces is
evaluated
experimentally with OTSSB and
VCSEL for simultaneous transport of
wired and wireless signals.
This paper discusses several protocol
issues in an integrated PON plus a
wireless mesh network, and designs for
supporting direct inter-ONU and
wireless peer-to-peer communications,
and collaborative mobile cellular
systems.
Trends
Integrated Optical and Wireless Access
Code
OWQ3
OWQ4
Title
Author/Affiliate
Selective Multicast in
a Dynamic
Wavelength Router
for DWDM Converged
Wired/Wireless
Access Networks
Puerto, Gustavo;
Mora, José; Ortega,
Beatriz; Capmany,
José
Using Wavelength
Splitting at the
Remote Node to
Mitigate Rayleigh
Backscattering for
Optical Wired and
Wireless Access
Networks
Chow, C. W.; Xu, L.;
Shih, F. Y.; Wu, Y. F.;
Yeh, C. H.; Tsang, H.
K.; Chi, Sien
Topic
Transmission of selective multicast
services has been demonstrated in a
cost-effective dynamic channel
allocation router. The approach
envisions heterogeneous
infrastructures with unicast, broadcast
and multicast-related functions on a
radio over fiber access network.
Valencia, Spain
National Chiao Tung,
Taiwan
We demonstrate an optical wired and
wireless access network using
wavelength splitting (WS) at remotenode. A pair of CW carriers is generated
from each laser source for wired and
wireless applications respectively for
effective Rayleigh-backscattering
mitigation.
Trends
Radio Over Fiber Access Networks
Code
Title
All-Optical UpConversion 10-Gb/s
Signal in 60-GHz
OThO6
ROF System Using 2m Bismuth OxideBased Fiber
Bidirectional 3.125
Gbps Downstream / 2
Gbps Upstream
Impulse Radio
OThO5
Ultrawide-band
(UWB) over
Combined Fiber and
Wireless Link
Author/Affiliate
Yu, Jianjun; Dong,
Ze; Jian, Wei;
Huang, Ming-Fang;
Jia, Zhensheng; Xin,
X.; Chang, GeeKung; Wang, Ting
Jensen, Jesper
Bevensee; Gibbon,
Timothy B.; Yu,
Xianbin; Rodes,
Roberto; Monroy,
Idelfonso Tafur
Topic
All-optical up-conversion based on
dual-pump four-wave mixing (FWM) in
2-m Bismuth Oxide-based fiber for 10Gb/s OOK wireless signals in 60-GHz
ROF systems has been experimentally
demonstrated for the first time.
NEC and GATech
We demonstrate bidirectional fiber and
wireless transmission of impulse radio
ultrawideband at 3.125Gbps
downstream and 2Gbps upstream. After
transmission over 50km fiber and 1.85m
wireless link both signals are recovered
without errors.
Technical University of
Denmark
Trends
Radio Over Fiber Access Networks
Code
Title
Full Colorless WDMRoF System with
OThO2 Simultaneous
Transmission of 63GHz and Baseband
1.25-Gbps Data by
Sideband Separation
Link Performance
Improved 16QAMOFDM 60-GHz
OThO4
Radio-over-Fiber
System Employing
Convolutional Codes
Author/Affiliate
Kim, Hyun-Seung;
Won, Yong-Yuk; Son,
Yong-Hwan; Han,
Sang-Kook
Yonsei University
Jian, Wei; Liu,
Cheng; Chien,
Hung-Chang; Fan,
Shu-Hao; Yu,
Jianguo; Wang,
Jianxin; Yu,
Chongxiu; Dong, Ze;
Yu, Jianjun; Chang,
Gee-Kung
Topic
The radio over fiber system that
transmits 63-GHz-band and baseband
signals simultaneously based on WDM
system is proposed. 63-GHz tone is
generated by optical carrier
suppression method using MZM.
RSOAs are used for uplink and
downlink signal modulation.
BER performance and RF spectrum
are analyzed for observing downlink
and uplink transmission
characteristics. An error free
transmission of both downlink and
uplink signals are achieved after 23km SSMF.
We demonstrated the first transmission
of 750-Mb/s 16QAM-OFDM signal over
1-km SMF-28 and 6-m air-link with 60GHz ROF technology. The system
improvement and low-power efficiency
of RF transmitter are studied based on
the convolutional code.
Beijing
Trends
Radio Over Fiber Access Networks
Code
Title
Optical Generation
and Wireless
Transmission of 60
OThO7
GHz OOK Signals
Using Gain Switched
Laser
SpectrumCompressed,
Millimeter-Wave
Wireless over Fiber
OThO1
Access System Using
Duobinary Line
Coding at 10-Gbps
and Beyond
Author/Affiliate
Shams, Haymen;
Anandarajah, Prince
M.; Perry, Philip;
Topic
We present a novel, simple and cost
effective system for optical millimeterwave generation and transmission of 3
Gbps data based on gain switching.
System performance has been
investigated, including wireless
transmission and power budget
analysis.
Barry, Liam
Dublin City University
Chien, Hung-Chang;
Chowdhury, Arshad
M.; Fan, Shu-Hao;
Guidotti, Daniel;
Hsueh, Yu-Ting; Jia,
Zhensheng; Chang,
For the first time, a spectrumcompressed very-high-throughput
wireless-over-fiber system leveraging
duobinary signaling is proposed. Errorfree transmission of a 10-Gbps
duobinary signal at 60-GHz over 5-km
SMF-28 and 6-ft free-space is
successfully demonstrated without
Gee-Kung
decoders/demodulators.
Telcordia and GaTech
Trends
Radio Over Fiber Access Networks
Code
Title
Ultra-Wideband
Radio-over-Fiber
OThO3
Techniques and
Networks
Author/Affiliate
Charbonnier, Benoît;
Lecoche, Frédéric;
Weiß, Mario; Stöhr,
Andreas; Van Dijk,
Frederic; Enard, A.;
Blache, F.; Goix, M.;
Mallecot, F.; Moodie,
Dave; Borghesani, Anna;
Ford, C. W.
Topic
This paper summarizes the
motivations and results obtained
regarding the optical distribution of a
60GHz radio signal throughout
buildings to provide users with UltraBroad-Band
Wireless Home Area Network with
datarates >1Gbps and continuous
coverage.
France Telecom and AlcatelLucent
Trends
Access Networks
Code
NWB3
Title
128 x 8 Split and 60
km Long-Reach PON
Transmission Using
27 dB-Gain Hybrid
Burst-Mode Optical
Fiber Amplifier and
Commercial Giga-Bit
PON System
Deployment Analysis of
NWB5
TDM/WDM Single Fiber PON
with Colourless ONU
Operating at 2.5 Gbps
Subcarrier Multiplexed
Downstream and 1.25 Gbps
Upstream
Author/Affiliate
Suzuki, Ken-Ichi;
Fujiwara, Masamichi;
Imai, Takeshi;
Yoshimoto, Naoto;
Hadama, Hisaya
Fabrega, Josep M.;
El Mardini, Ahmad;
Polo, Victor; Lázaro,
José A.; Lopez,
Eduardo Tommy;
Soila, Risto; Prat,
Josep
Topic
We demonstrate error free
transmission of a 128 x 8 split and 60
km long-reach PON
system over 12 hours; a loss budget of
over 60-dB is achieved by combining a
hybrid burst-mode
optical fiber amplifier (OFA) and a
commercial G-PON system. Our
proposed hybrid burst-mode
OFA, which consists of a gain-clamped
praseodymium-doped fiber amplifier
(PDFA) and a fast
automatic gain controlled PDFA,
successfully achieves over 27-dB gain
and over 16.5-dB dynamic
range.
A single-fiber full-duplex hybrid
TDM/WDM-PON is demonstrated to
operate at
2.5/1.25 Gbps rates, with RSOA ONU. It
achieves high power budget (GPON
compliant) at a
distances higher than 20km, and serves
up to 1280 users.
Trends
Access Networks
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Title
Author/Affiliate
NWB2
IEEE 802.3av™-2009
Hajduczenia,
10G-EPON and
Marek; da Silva,
Support for Loss
Henrique J. A.
Budgets beyond 29dB
NWB4
Status of Next-Gen
Access Networks in
Europe
Capelle, Bruno
Topic
The recently approved 10G-EPON
support the maximum loss budget of
29dB. Through straightforward
reconfiguration of existing PMD
components, 32dB loss budget can be
supported (providing 1:512 split at
approx. 6.4km), exceeding G.987.2
XG-PON Nominal2 class
Trends
Access Networks
Code
NWB1
Title
A Symmetric 320Gb/s
Capable, 100km
Extended Reach
Hybrid DWDM-TDMA
PON
University College,
Cork, Ireland
Author/Affiliate
Ossieur, Peter;
Antony, Cleitus;
Naughton, Alan;
Clarke, Aisling;
Townsend, Paul D.;
Krimmel, HeinzGeorg; De Ridder,
Tine; Qiu, Xing-Zhi;
Mélange, Cedric F.
M.; Borghesani,
Anna; Moodie, Dave;
Poustie, Alistair J.;
Wyatt, Richard;
Harmon, Bob;
Lealman, Ian;
Maxwell, Graeme;
Rogers, Dave; Smith,
David W.
Topic
We demonstrate a DWDMTDMA PON with symmetric
320Gb/s capacity shared
between 16384 customers.
The upstream channels were
tested in burst-mode and
feature low-cost tuneable
lasers, monolithically
integrated SOA-EAMs,
burst-mode EDFAs and a
10Gb/s burst-mode receiver.
Trends
Conclusion
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Trends…
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Quantum key distribution in optical networks
Green networks
Advanced networking paradigms
Migration towards high bit rates and associated
technologies viz., OFDM, coherent receiver…
Real time performance monitoring
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