Cambridge Core – Communications and Signal Processing – FiWi Access Networks – by Martin Maier. The evolution of broadband access networks toward bimodal fiber-wireless (FiWi ) access networks, described in this book, may be viewed as the endgame of. This article provides an up-to-date survey of hybrid fiber-wireless (FiWi) access networks that leverage on the respective strengths of optical.
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Journal of Lightwave Technology
Click here to see what’s new. Integrated fiber-wireless FiWi access networks provide a powerful platform to improve the throughput of peer-to-peer communication by enabling traffic to be sent from the source wireless client to an ingress optical network unit ONUthen to the egress ONU close to the destination wireless client, and finally delivered to the destination wireless client.
Such wireless-optical-wireless communication mode introduced by FiWi access networks can reduce the interference in wireless subnetwork, thus improving network throughput.
With the support for direct inter-ONU communication in the optical subnetwork, throughput of peer-to-peer communication in a FiWi access network can be further improved. The complexity of the proposed architecture is analyzed and compared with other alternatives, and the efficiency of the proposed system is validated by the simulations.
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Energy Efficient Rate Adaptation Algorithm for FiWi Access Network
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Cooperative QoS Control Scheme Based on Scheduling Information in FiWi Access Network
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