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Optical CMDA in light of current IT challenges

Glesk, I. (2016) Optical CMDA in light of current IT challenges. In: TECNOLASER 2016. CEADEN, La Habana, Cuba, La Habana Cuba. ISBN 978-959-7231-00-4

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Optical code division multiple access (OCDMA) can provide very high spectral utilization, flexible data rates while delivering simplified network control and management. Higher channel count per the number of used wavelengths (compare to WDM) makes OCDMA a technology to be considered for the use in the number of targeted applications. By examining challenges the telecom faces today, we will discuss and show how Optical CDMA can help to overcome some of these challenges, fulfil our needs and requirements.