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Low cross talk 8-channel array optical transmitter and receiver for star topology access networks
By: Fukushima, K.; Yamazaki, S.; Higashino, K.; Miyoshi, K.; Itoh, M.; Yoneda, I.; Nagahori, T.; Hatakeyama, I.; Kurata, K.;
1996 / IEEE / 1-55752-422-X
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Low cross talk 8-channel array optical transmitter and receiver for star topology access networks ' Summary form only given. In conclusion, a low crosstalk 8-channel optical transceiver was developed for star topology access networks for the first time. A receiver dynamic range of 21.6 dB and an allowable interchannel receiving power difference of 16.6 dB, both large enough for fiber in the loop (FITL) system with a serving area of 7.2 km, were obtained at 155 Mbit/s.
8-channel Optical Transceiver
Star Topology Access Network
Receiver Dynamic Range
Allowable Interchannel Receiving Power Difference
Fiber In The Loop System
Optical Network Units
Optical Fiber Cables
Low Cross Talk 8-channel Array Optical Transmitter
Optical Fibre Subscriber Loops
Star Topology Access Networks