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Conception, fabrication, et évaluation de modulateurs déportés pour les réseaux d'accès et radio sur fibre

Abstract : Fibre-to-the premises (FTTP) is considered as the main solution in order to satisfy the demand for higher capacity networks. For next-generation access networks, upgradeability and high capacity could be obtained using Wavelength-Division Multiplexing in PON (WDM-PON). However, cost and compatibility with existing TDM-PON networks is still an important issue. If wavelengths are to be dynamically allocated, one to each RAU, colorless devices are needed in order to minimize the deployment cost. Reflective Semiconductor Optical Amplifier (RSOA) devices can be used as a low-cost solution due to their wide optical bandwidth. In this study, RSOAs are optimized for WDM PON and R-o-F access technology. The design, fabrication and system evaluation are presented. This study oscillates between a theoretical approach, a modeling of the physical mechanisms as well as experimental measurements. 2-section RSOAs are also investigated. Finally, the envisaged architectures of access and RoF networks based on optimized RSOA are evaluated.
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Guilhem de Valicourt. Conception, fabrication, et évaluation de modulateurs déportés pour les réseaux d'accès et radio sur fibre. Optique / photonique. Télécom ParisTech, 2011. Français. ⟨pastel-00677397⟩

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