Monday, 19 September, 2011
14:30 -- 16:00
Room C

Mo.1.C • PON Subsystems I

Chair: Gabriella Cincotti; University Roma Tre, Italy
 
Mo.1.C.1 • 14:30
PERFORMANCE OF AN OPTICAL EQUALISER IN A 10GBIT/S WAVELENGTH CONVERTING OPTICAL ACCESS NETWORKs
Bowen Cao1, José Manuel Delgado Mendinueta1, John E. Mitchell1, Benn C. Thomsen1; 1Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College London, United Kingdom.
 A centralised optical processing unit that functions both as a wavelength converter and optical burst equaliser in a 10Gbit/s wavelength-converting optical access network is proposed and shown to extend the system dynamic range to 14.3dB.
 
Mo.1.C.2 • 14:45
40 GB/S NG-PON SYSTEM USING LOW ELECTRICAL BANDWIDTH TUNABLE RECEIVER AND EMITTER AT 10 GB/S
Fabia Raharimanitra1, Philippe Chanclou1, Robert Murano2; 1Orange Labs, France; 2Aegis Lightwave, USA.
 We demonstrate a NG-PON transmission solution capable of 40 Gb/s aggregate bandwidth by operating a low-cost 4-channel wavelength tunable receiver and emitter at 10 Gb/s, using an electronic equalizer for bandwidth compensation.
 
Mo.1.C.3 • 15:00
128 X 8 SPLIT AND 80 KM LONG-REACH DUAL-RATE 10G-EPON TRANSMISSION USING ALC HYBRID BURST-MODE OPTICAL FIBER AMPLIFIER AND SOA PRE-AMPLIFIER
Ken-Ichi Suzuki1, Masamichi Fujiwara1, Katsuhisa Taguchi1, Takeshi Imai1, Hiroshi Ishii1, Naoto Yoshimoto1, Hisaya Hadama1; 1NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories, NTT, Japan.
 We demonstrate error free transmission of a 128x8 split and 80 km long-reach dual-rate 10G-EPON system; a loss budget of over 69.5 dB is achieved by combining a ALC hybrid burst-mode OFA, an SOA pre-amplifier.
 
Mo.1.C.4 • 15:15
OPTIMISATION OF SOA-REAMS FOR HYBRID DWDM-TDMA PON APPLICATIONS
Alan Naughton1, Cleitus Antony1, Peter Ossieur1, Stefano Porto1, Giuseppe Talli1, Paul D. Townsend1; 1Physics, Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, Ireland.
 We show that loss-optimised, gain-saturated SOA-REAM-based reflective modulators have the potential to reduce upstream channel dynamic range by 18dB compared to fixed linear-gain modulators in a carrier-distributed-PON application. This is achieved with minimal patterning penalties.
 
Mo.1.C.5 • 15:30
DC-COUPLED BURST-MODE RECEIVER WITH HIGH SENSITIVITY, WIDE DYNAMIC RANGE AND SHORT SETTLING TIME FOR SYMMETRIC 10G-GPONS
Xin Yin1, Xing-Zhi Qiu1, Jan Gillis1, Jasmien Put1, Jochen Verbrugghe1, Johan Bauwelinck1, Jan Vandewege1, Fabrice Blache2, Dd Lanteri2, Mohand Achouche2, Heinz Krimmel3, Dora van Veen4, Peter Vetter4; 1INTEC-IMEC, UGENT, Belgium; 2III-V Lab, France; 3Alcatel-Lucent, Bell Laboratories, Germany; 4Alcatel-Lucent, Bell Laboratories, USA.
 This paper reports a high performance DC-coupled 10Gbit/s optical burst-mode receiver for symmetric 10G-GPONs. The measured receiver sensitivity is -30.0dBm at BER=10-3 within a short settling time of 51ns, and a loud/soft ratio wider than 24.0dB.
 
Mo.1.C.6 • 15:45
DEMONSTRATION OF BURST MODE BIT DISCRIMINATION CIRCUIT FOR 1.25 GB/S AND 10.3 GB/S DUAL-RATE REACH EXTENDER OF WDM-TDM-HYBRID-PON SYSTEMS BASED ON 10GEPON
Seung-Hyun Cho1, Han Hyub Lee1, Kwang Ok Kim1, Jie Hyun Lee1, Jong Hyun Lee1, Sang Soo Lee1; 1ETRI, Republic of Korea.
 We proposed a burst mode bit discrimination circuit for dual rate reach extender and experimentally demonstrated the transmission performances of dual rate burst mode receiver in a WDM-TDM-Hybrid-PON based on 10G-EPON

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