Communication technologies have a profound impact on every aspect of our lives and advances to date are just the beginning, nonetheless. The next-generation wireless and optical technologies will not only provide extremely high data rates and low latency but also will enable the “hyper-connected” paradigm that will connect both human and machine users to support many vertical industries and applications.
The use of appropriate waveform over both the wireless and optical channels is essential for efficient data transmission to the end users. The choice of the waveform, such as single-carrier or multicarrier, will directly determine the capacity, sensitivity, performance, complexity and flexibility of the system.
In this webinar hosted by the Optical Communications Technical Group, Xing Ouyang will introduce the emerging orthogonal chirp-division multiplexing (OCDM) waveform technology for use in both the wireless and optical systems and compare its performance with the more familiar orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) waveform. The performance of these waveforms for the passive optical network and millimeter wave radio-over-fiber systems will be presented as a solution for future optical-wireless convergence.
What You Will Learn:
• An overview of new Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) waveform
• An overview of millimeter wave radio-over-fiber link for wireless systems
Who Should Attend:
• Researchers/Engineers in optical communication systems
• Researchers/Engineers in fiber-wireless systems