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Towards a multiservice & multiformat optical home area networks

Abstract : We propose mid and long term visions of optical Home Area Networks. The challenge is not only to increase the network capacity, but also to take into account the heterogeneity of the signals to be conveyed: Ethernet, RF TV and radio signals for wireless-end-connectivity. Two solutions are described: a mid term solution, based on an active star and centered on a multiformat switch, and a long term solution based on a fully transparent infrastructure, associated with optical wavelength multiplexing. These solutions and the corresponding realized setups will be described and compared in terms of performances, flexibility and robustness to future evolutions.
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Joffray Guillory, Francis Richard, Philippe Guignard, Anna Pizzinat, Sylvain Meyer, et al.. Towards a multiservice & multiformat optical home area networks. 14th ITG Conference on Electronic Media Technology, Mar 2011, Dortmund, Germany. pp.2011. ⟨hal-00795202⟩

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