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Temperature impairment characterization in radio-over-multimode fiber systems
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Paper Abstract

An emerging theme in next-generation access research includes seamless wireline-wireless convergence addressed by Radio-over-Fiber (RoF) technologies. Optical cabling solutions offer the possibility for semi-transparent transport through the access network microwave to mm-wave radio carriers commonly employed for creating high-capacity picocell wireless networks, attending present demands from the wireless technologies, with portable/mobile devices converging with photonics. Advanced RoF techniques can efficiently generate and transport such carriers, and deliver them to simplified antenna stations or radio access points (RAPs). Thus, they can convey high data rates in comprehensive modulation formats on multiple-GHz carriers in MMF networks. Selective mode-launching schemes combined with the use of narrow linewidth optical sources are experimentally demonstrated to enable broadband RF, microwave and mm-wave transmission in short- and middle-reach distances over silica-based multimode optical fibers (MMFs); and are reviewed in this paper. However, arbitrary operating conditions, such as the temperature dependence in the fiber link, impose a great challenge for the extension of the RoMMF technology. Temperature impairment characterization is analyzed over the broadband transmission bands that are present, under certain operating link conditions, in the frequency response performance of MMF to support multiple GHz carrier delivering schemes, thus contributing to fault link prevention.

Paper Details

Date Published: 24 January 2012
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 8282, Broadband Access Communication Technologies VI, 82820H (24 January 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.919702
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C. Vázquez, Univ. Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)
D. S. Montero, Univ. Carlos III de Madrid (Spain)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 8282:
Broadband Access Communication Technologies VI
Benjamin Dingel; Raj Jain; Katsutoshi Tsukamoto, Editor(s)

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