RoF architectures Future MultiGigabit Wireless Systems in the Home-Area Network

Abstract : Future multigigabit wireless systems (MGWS) dedicated to home-area networking are emerging or are under development. They achieve high data rate up to 5-6 Gb/s over short range. To expand the radio coverage, we propose radio-over-fiber (RoF) architectures, from the most basic (point-to-point) to the most innovative (multipoint-to-multipoint). These RoF infrastructures combine radio and optical links. The simple way to implement RoF technology is to manage the optical media, either using information from the physical (PHY) layer or using information from the media access control (MAC) layer of the radio system.
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Joffray Guillory, Sylvain Meyer, Isabelle Siaud, Benoit Charbonnier, Anna Pizzinat, et al.. RoF architectures Future MultiGigabit Wireless Systems in the Home-Area Network. IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., 2010, 5 (3), pp.30-38. ⟨hal-00783996⟩

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