Abstract

The orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA)-based passive optical network (PON) is a potential candidate to meet the flexibility requirements for next-generation optical access networks. We propose an OFDMA-based PON with a transmission employing intensity modulation/direct detection in the downstream and a remodulation of a remotely seeded carrier provided by the optical line terminal with coherent detection in the upstream, which enables cost-effective colorless optical network units (ONUs). Furthermore, an OFDMA-PON field trial using the proposed scheme over 37.5 km feeder fiber is demonstrated. A power budget supporting 32 ONUs with dynamic bandwidth allocation and trellis coded modulation (TCM) is reported.

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