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The New Generation of Wireless Communications Based on Fiber-Radio Technologies
Kozo MORITA Hiroyuki OHTSUKA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1993/09/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: INVITED PAPER (Special Issue on Fiber-optic Microcelluler Radio Communication System and Their Technologies)
microwave, microcell, wireless communication, subcarrier optical transmission, SCM, optical fiber, FM,
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This paper describes an overview of wireless communications based on fiber-radio technologies from the viewpoint of system applications, particularly in the area of microcell radio systems. Feasible fiber-radio networks design are detailed in order to increase system performance and cost effectiveness. The benefits of the evolving fiber-radio microcell system are discussed with a spectral delivery scheme to meet traffic demands. Foreseeable electronic and optic technologies are reviewed in light of the key parameters to optimize the overall system. This strategy will play a role in broadband and flexible networks.