NG-PON2 transmission convergence layer: A tutorial

The first multi wavelength PON system, NG-PON2, has been specified by ITU-T (Q2/15). The tutorial presents a comprehensive review of the NG-PON2 trans... Passive optical networks - Optical network units - Wavelength division multiplexing - Protocols - Tutorials - Calibration - Synchronization - passive optical networks - NG-PON2 transmission convergence layer - multiwavelength PON system - transmission convergence layer specification
Author:  Denis A. Khotimsky

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