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  • SARDANA projectScalableAdvanced SARDANA showcaseRing-based passive Milan, February 2011Dense FTTH Council Europe 2011AccessNetworkArchitecture European Commission, 7th Framework Programme Activity: FP7 ICT-1-1.1 - Network of the Future Grant agreement n.217122 (SARDANA) STREP 2008-2010, 2.6 MEuro Participant name Short name Country 1 Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya Spain UPC 2 France Telecom / Orange France FT 3 Tellabs Finland TELLABS 4 Intracom S.A. Telecom Solutions Greece IntraCOM 5 Instituto de Telecomumicações Portugal IT 6 High Institute of Communication Italy and Information Technology ISCOM 7 Research and Education Laboratory Greece in Information Tech. AIT1 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu ToC 1. Project organization 2. Concept and Architecture 3. Main Results Back-up2 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • SARDANA pre-history ePhoton BONE EC-NoE EC-NoE networks SCALING SARDANA (UPC-TELLABS) EC-STREP photonics EuroFOS EC-NoE 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 20113 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Partner location, profiles, tasksProfiles and expertises UPC FT TLB ICOM IT ISC AIT UPC: Coordination, ONU, RN subsystems.Netw.&Serv. Operator X FT: Architecture definition, ONU, Field-trial,PON equipment provider X plann Technical management, Techno- ed Economic studies.Service platform provider X Tellabs: GPON equipment, MAC, lab- demonstration.WDM-PON expertise X X IntraCOM: Management &Control plane, ServiceMonitoring techniques X X platform.Impairment compensation X X IT: Monitoring system, non-linear transmission.Semiconductor photonics X X X ISCOM: Remote nodes, non-linear amplification.Remote amplification X X X AIT: Electronic PON impairmentHigh bit-rate systems X X compensation, Techno-Economic studies.4 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Task-time effort distribution Project funded by the European Commission with 4.2 / 2.6M€ / 7 partners / 3 years WP-Ar Network Architecture 4 5 1 2 3 WP-Tr 6a 7 WP-Im WP-Mc System Transmission 6b Impairment 8 MAC & Higher Layers Monitor. 9a 10 9b & WP-Sy Compens. 12Subsystems: RN, ONT, OLT 11 : Dependence 13 14 : Specif. asses. WP-Dm Demonstration and Field Trial 5 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Project phases •2008 •2009 •2010 •FTTHc •Barcelona •MilanBarcelona •Athens •Paris •Madeira •Espoo •Rome •Athens •Lanion •Brussels • Espoo •10-March Jun Sep Oct DEMO DEMOORGANIZATION IMPLEM. IMPLEMENTATION INTEGRATION DEMOs DESIGN STUDY 1st PROT. FINAL PROTOTYPE. RESEARCH RESEARCH RESEARCH RESEARCH •RISK • Prototype and test Phases of Sardana: – Current GPON-compatible 2.5G/1.25G – 10G/2.5G for Demo – 10G/10G with advanced techniques. 6 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • ToC 1. Project organization 2. Concept and Architecture 3. Main Results7 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Aim positioning• SARDANA aims at achieving: – higher performances than GPON (L, ONUs, BW, resilience), – but at a similar cost (passive PON, reflective ONU, etc). – and maximum compatibility with ngGPON performances AON SARDANA WDM/TDM PON GPON EPON APON cost8 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Fundamental goals• Maximize: – N. served users (>1000 per fibre ring) – Served area (100Km) – Served capacity (10Gbit/s x 32)• Minimize: UNLIMITED PON – Infrastructure COST • N. Fibres / cables • N. Cabinets • N. Active areas • Civil work investments• Musts: – Passive external plant – Single fibre access SARDANA CO Scalability and upgradeability Standard – 10G-GPON Optical Interface MUX SARDANA ONT OLT – Compatibility with g/e-PON MAC Standard PUMP & SARDANA refl.optical Interface Standard 10G-PON SERVICE Optical PON Robustness: 10G-GPON & ONT – PLATFORM OLT Interface ROUT. • Protection Standard Optical & MONIT. xPON • Monitoring and electronic compensation OLT Interface CONTROL (control&management, monitoring, compensation) Future Networks Concertation meeting, Brussels 11-12 March 20089 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Initiatives towards NG-PON1. BIT-RATE INCREASE (XGPON, to 10G) – IEEE 802.3av Task Force • DS:1570nm, US: 1300nm – FSAN XGPON 10G/2.5G2. REACH EXTENSION – GPON new TX/RX classes: C (30dB), C+(32dB) + – ITU-G.984.6 Mid-span Extender (20 to 60 Km)3. WDM (NUMBER OF CHANNELS / SERVICES): – ITU-G.984.5 – NG-PON-1 (coexistence, same fibre plant) – NG-PON-210 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Architecture basis ACCESS TREE METRO RING ONU N2 ONU N1 N3 ONU OLT U ,…,U Ni ONU NN Nj + WDM-RING + TDM-TREE 1:K ONU ON (SARDANA) D1,…, Dm RN2 ONU ON RN1 U 1,…, U2N ONU ON • Resilience Upstream Signals RNi TDM TREE • Access-metro all-optical 1:K convergence ONU ON ONU CO WDM RING ONU ON RSOA RNj • Flexible RN allocation U1,…, U2N PIN/APD and routing 1:K RNN Bidirectional Transmission • Fibre savings RNN-1 ONU ON D m+1,…, D2N Downstream Signals11 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu SARDANA architecture def. • Resilient trunk • Fully passive • Hybrid: 1:K ONU ON • WDM Metro ring D1,…, Dm ONU ON • TDM Access trees RN2 RN1 U 1,…, U2N ONU ON • Cascadable remote nodes RNi TDM TREE Upstream Signals 1:K ONU ON ONU • New adoption of remotely- pumped amplification CO WDM RING ONU ON RSOA RNj • Colourless ONU U1,…, U2N PIN/APD • RSOA 1:K RNN Bidirectional Transmission • Tunable laser RNN-1 ONU ON • 10G-2.5G (1G-100Mb /user) D m+1,…, D2N Downstream Signals • 100 Km • 1000 users • Multi-operator • Based on GPON, but SARDANA PON transparent. • IP trafic12 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Approach and basic modules • WDM ring: Resilience • Passive Remote Nodes (RN): – Cascadable Add&Drop • (up to 1.2Tbit/s) – 2-to-1 fibre interface • TDM trees – Remotely pumped (from CO) optical amplification by EDFs 1:K ONU ON – Athermal splitters and fixed D1,…, Dm filters 1:K RN2 ONU ON ONU ON RN1 U 1,…, Um ONU ON RNi TDM TREE Upstream Signals 1:K ONU ON CO ONU RSOA WDM RING ONU ON RNj U m+1,…, U2N 1:K RNN Bidirectional Transmission RNN-1 ONU ON D m+1,…, D2N Downstream Signals • Simple colourless ONU:• CO (OLT): – Reflective – Centralizes the light generation and control – Single fibre & wavelength – Stack of lasers serving TDM trees – Standard G/E-PON equipment adapted to SARDANA 13 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Sardana, how it works  Centralized light generation  Passive Outside Plant  Scalability  Resiliency  Traffic Balance  Multi Operability  Remote Amplification  Higher User Density >1000  Long reach – 100km  Symmetric 100Mbps 14 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • How it works? CO RNn RN1 i1& 200GHz 2 Signals The CO sends WDM RN i 50/50 signals to the Remote Nodes (RN) Each RN drops its  Once amplified, the assigned channels ast the signals are transmitted to corresponding the ONUs wavelength by 2 filters  Upstream signal path is and a 50/50 for resilience marked with static figures that splits the signals to 2 TDM trees Signals are amplified by EDFs i1 i2 100GHz The Remote Nodes receive the pumping 1:16 power for the EDFs from 2:2 the WDM ring 1:16 1km 1:32 15 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu The evolution towards… Scalability Back-scattering+ Protection RN Ce fice of nt ra RN l Ring Another Ring Pay as you grow RN RN RN RN RN 16 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Scenarios for dimensioning study cases Depending on : Max Tree Pump• Scenarios Tree Trees Guar. distanc Ring Feede Splitte (W)• Available technologies, Drop (s) ONUs BW e Km r Km r Goal• PON standards, Scenarios Km (2xRN) (10G) Km (max) tbd• Performances aimed. 32 URBAN 1 20 17 2.9 0.1 1:64 2048 >140M 1.2 (2x16) 32 URBAN 2 20 10 9 1 1:32 1024 >280M 1.2 (2x16) 16 METRO 60 50 9 1 1:32 512 >280M 1.2 / 5 (2x8) 16 RURAL 100 80 19 1 1:16 256 >560M 5 (2x8) COLLECTO 16 300M / R 20-60 80 19 1 (2x8) 1:8 128x 1G WDM-PON 80 - 32 - 32 10G LRNi LFE LDR LRN SARDANA CO FEEDERi DROPij 10G-PON Optical OLT Interface MUX RN1 RN2 RNi-1 SARDANA ONTij & Standard PUMP refl.optical SERVICE 10G-PON Optical 10G-PON PLATFORM OLT Interface & RING RNi Interface ONT ROUT. & x PON Optical MONIT. OLT Interface RNN RNN-1 RNi+1 CONTROL SARDANA PON (control&management, monitoring, compensation)17 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.eduRemote Node as new Network Element• ”Transparent Ring-Tree WDM/TDM-PON Architecture” (proposal of Sardana architecture for NGPON2), Kyoto ● November 2009 L R Ring (left) 1-3 RNi 1-3 Ring (right) WDM, PUMP WDM, PUMP The presented ring- tree ngPON2 1-4 D architecture enables Tree (drop/add) resilient 10G/2.5G i, i+1 access to scalable 1024 customers Supporting ITU Standards distributed in 100Km with 32 wavelengths, ITU-T G.983 PON ITU-T G.808 Generic protection achieving: protection switching – higher performances • L, ONUs, BW, resilience, Ring-Tree – at a similar cost Remote Node • passive PON, refl.ONU.. – maximum compatibility ITU-T G.973 • with ngPON ITU-T G.984.6 Extender Box ROPA for submarine18 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Remote Nodes • Add/drop • Diversity resilience FIXED RECONFIGURABLE • Interface: – Ring – tree i1, 2, 3, 4 200GHz – 2 – 1 fibre Signals 50/50 i1 • Passive (no powering) RN i Rest • Remotely pumped Common optical amplification ONU i1 ONU 50GHz 100GHz i3 • 2 wl dropped 1:16 i1, i2 i3, i4 50GHz 1:16 2km • Burst tolerant 1:16 2:2 2:2 1:16 1km • Fixed / Reconfigurable19 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Wavelength allocation• In SARDANA there is a significant dependency of: – the power budget – on the wavelength allocation of US/DS channels – on the pump generation for remote amplification.• SARDANA wavelength allocation plan – possible compatibility with XGPON1 – not with video overlay DS/US SARDANA Pump SARDANA 1460 1470 1480 1490 1500 OTDR monitoring 1510 1520 1530 1540 1550 1560 Supervisory/Control 1570 1580 1590 1600 1610 1620 1630 1640 1650 1660 167020 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • SARDANA inter-operability & multi-operability • Proposal of multi-operability models21 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu SARDANA multi-operability Physical layer L2/L322 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Techno-economics aspects SARDANA res-WDM/TDM-PON• CAPEX 1 2 NSplitCe – Analysis of: RN • PASSIVE: res-WDM-PON res-TDM-PON – Fibre infrastructure – Remote Node • ACTIVE: – ONU 3000 – OLT SA RDANA WDM/TDM-P ON – Pump 2500 WDM/PON – Monitoring and protection TDM-P ON C o s t (e u ro s) p e r H o m e 2000 – Active equipment price estimation 1500 and learning curve – CAPEX (overall for SARDANA & 1000 GPON): Cost/user vs. density 500 0• SARDANA is cost effective in a wider 0 1,000 2,000 3 ,000 4,0 00 5,000 Home densi ty (Homes/Km2 ) range of user densities.23 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu SARDANA GREEN TOUCH Power per user per Gbit/s [W/Gbit/s] 100 P-t-P 1G Cu unlimited • Deep analisys has been EPON 1G/1G performed in order to compare P-t-P 10G WDM PON 1G/1G the SARDANA approach with the SARDANA 1 GPON main access technologies. 10 • In principle two SARDANA situations have been considered: SARDANA 2 SARDANA1 and SARDANA2. EPON10G/10G 1 First one is SARDANA with “non 1 10 100 1000 commercial” devices. Second is Total number of users per CO Power per user per Gbit/s [W/Gbit/s] SARDANA with market ready 1000 Cu = 100 Gbit/s P-t-P 10G components. P-t-P 1G WDM PON 1G/1G EPON 1G/1G 100 SARDANA 1 • In figure are reported the results GPON for unlimited and limited upstream. SARDANA, especially 10 the version 2, express the best performances in terms of power EPON10G/10G SARDANA 2 efficiency. 1 1 10 100 1000 Total number of users per CO24 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Goals vs Approach USERS: ONE-ORDER OF MAGNITUDE EXTENSION 64 -> 1000 HOMES 100Km LENGTH SCALABLE & 1.25G -> 10Gbit/s, for Integrate: Metro & UPGREADABLE symmetrical Access 300 Mbit/s WDM RING + < COST PASSIVE EXTERNAL TDM TREES INFRASTRUCTURE PLANT MINIMIZED BIDIRECTIONAL SINGLE- FIBRE ACCESS NO MAINTENANCE, NO POWERING Identical reflective COLOURLESS ONUs CENTRALIZED management and light ROBUSTNESS generation DYNAMIC EE, and resource allocation GPON, xPON COMPATIBLE NEUTRAL NETWORK MULTI-OPERATOR25 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu ToC 1. Project organization 2. Concept and Architecture 3. Main Results 1. Research 2. Publications 3. Development 4. Demo26 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Transmission issues and proposedsolutionsPROBLEM PROPOSED SOLUTION REFRayleigh BS & Wavelength shifting at ONU by SC-SSB JLT 9-09 (pat)reflections“ Wavelength Conversion via Four-Wave Mixing in SOA-based OFC’10 OThG4, ONUs JLT“ OLT wavelength dithering ECOC P421“ Optimal MUX positioning and ONU gain PTL 1-10“ + burst mode Rayleigh Back-scattering reduction by means of Quantized ECOC’10 Feedback Equalization in WDM-PONsLimited BW of RSOA Chirped-managed RSOA with offset-filtering and DFE/FFE 10G OFC’09 OThA7“ RSOA electronic equalization using MLSE at 10G OFC’10 OWG2“ Uncooled DML + EE OFC’09 OWE3“ Direct 10-Gb/s Modulation of a Single-Section RSOA in PONs JLT, 7-2010. With High Optical BudgetWavelength reuse Integrated colorless optical FSK demodulation with Fabry- ECOC’09 We7.5.6crosstalk Perot SOA/REAM at 10G (pat) Multiple Down-stream cancellation techniques… ECOC’09 We8.5.4“ Periodic filtering at ONU OFC’10 OWG4 (pat)“ Colourless SCM/IM NFOEC’10 NWB527 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu … PROBLEM PROPOSED & SHOWN SOLUTION REF WL reuse + disper. SSB with Manchester coding ECOC’09 P6.26 Fibre non-linearities Genetic algorithm for wavelength and power allocation OFC’09 JThA77 BW inefficiency Homodyne PSK OFC’10 JThA3 (pat) Limited reach RN EDFA Pump from ONU ASE OFC’10 JThA33 “ Reconfigurable RN ECOC’08 (pat) “ Active/Passive Extender Box JOCN 9-09 “ C+L mixed pump ECOC’09 We.P6.19 “ Energy-Efficient Optical Access Networks Supported by a ECOC’10 (pat) Noise-Powered Extender Box Split + Reach + 10G Self-Pumped Dense (40λ×32 split) PON with Extended 30 ECOC10 bidirectional dB Loss Budget and ONUs Comprising a 10 Gb/s RSOA EDF transients Burst pre-carving ECOC’09 We.P6.24 Cost efficiency Quantitative Techno-economic Comparison of Current ECOC’10 and Next Generation Metro/Access Converged Optical Networks • > 70 international publications • 4 patents applications • Invited papers to OFC, ECOC, OSA-ANIC, ICTON, MIT,28 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Multilayer integrated network SERVICEFUNCTIONALITIES: PLATFORM• Resilience SARDANA• Multi-operator capability CONTROL & MANAGEMENT PLANES• Multi-rate coexistence• OMC Control&Management plane Standard MAC SARDANA• 10G XGPON MAC MONITORS 10G-GPON SARDANA MAC LAYER MAC• DBA (simulation) IMPAIRMENT MAC COMPENS.• In-service monitoring MONITOR. &• Impairment-aware routing COMPENSAT. Standard PHY SARDANA• Eye-safeness SYSTEMS MONITORS 10G-GPON PHYSICAL LAYER OLT-ONT PHY COMPENS. INFRASTRUCTURE LAYER Functional layered model of SARDANA.  Multilayer testbed29 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu From Espoo to Lannion • The stakeholder demo took place in Espoo Finland 28-10-10 • Services over SARDANA were successfully demonstrated • Experience from the demo was used to improve the system performance – MAC operation Upstream and Ranging – Burst transmitter optics – Protection and monitoring system • System was shipped to Lannion in early December – Reintegration took place December to January30 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • SARDANA testbed ENSSAT ENSSAT ScreenA ScreenA’ HDTV ScreenB’ HDTV ScreenB ScreenC ScreenD PC HDTV 1G 1G 1G SERVICE #A SERVICE #B SERVICE #C SERVICE #A SERVICE #B SERVICE #C SERVICE #D SERVICE #E CPC VIDEO SERVER VCG BNG STB VidConf STB PCCLI OMCI 1G 1G 1G 1G 1G 1G 1G 1G ETHERNET SWITCHS (4xCX4+24xGE) Media CPC Media Media ETHERNET Converter Converter Converter SWITCH CX4 SFP 1G XFP 10G SFP SFP SFP XFP OMCI 10G 10G 1G 10G (1G) 1G CLI 1G 1G 10G TriSpeed SFP Ethernet SFP XFP XFP ports CX4 OLT.48 ONU.51 O/E O/E O/E O/E O/E MAC MAC EvBo-85 EvBo-85 EvBo EvBo EvBo LVECL LVECL LVECL LVECL LVECL SER-DES SER-DES LVECL LVECL BE Dt Dr BE Dt Dr BE Dt Dr Dt Dr Dt Dr Re Dt Dr BE Dt Dr LoS Dt Dr Dt Dr doca CML CML CML CML UPC CML UPC CML CML UPC TX-50 RX-50 TX-52 RX-52 SFP-5 TTX-63 RX-58 TX-21 RX-21 TX-23 RX-23 TX-22 RX-22 SFP-6 TTX-62 RX59 PIN PIN PIN APD APD APD 1550.52 & oSW PIN 1551.32 1552.93 1550.52 1553.73 RSOA RSOA RSOA 1552.93 Fuj Zen Fuj Fuj Fuj Fuj Fuj monit ONU ONU % % % ONU21 ONU23 ONU22 50 62 SC/APC PROTECTION & MONITOR PC OTDR SC/APC FC/PC LC LC FD1 AWG1 AWG2 AWG3 AWG4 DROP UPC 30ºC UPC-ISCOM TLB IT Sp1a Sp1b Sp2a Sp2b Sp3a Sp3b Pump1 DCF1 1480nm FEEDER FF1a FF1b BoW W FR1d 1550.52 1551.32 FR2d 1554.54 1553.73 FR3d 1552.17 1552.93 SC/APC FR1u RN-501 FR2u RN-54rec FR3u RN-52 PrW PP RING ENSSAT BoE E FR4d RNN FR4u PrE OPM OSA OSC BERT OLT31 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Espoo demo setup 21.-28.10 CPC 10G Switch ETHoUS Video ePC Demos: Server OLT1 OLT2 1) HD-video DS Pump P&M Pump 2) HD-video US dMux Mux Mux dMux 3) p2p Ethernet pamp bamp bamp pamp 4) Protection switch 5) Service control X E-5km W-5km RN1 5km 5km RN2 RRN split3 split1 split2 ETHoUS 2km 2km ePC CPC ONU1 ONU232 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Espoo - OLT- MAC and TX1/TX2 The services and management connect Service Switch to the Service switch 1GE ports (on the 10G-1 10G-2 10G-3 back) 1) Service switch connects to OLT1- Tx1 OLT2 MAC via 10GE (CX4) ports. OLT3 10G-1 2) OLT1-2 MAC connects to TX1-TX2 OLT2 downstream transmitters via fiber. 10G-2 OLT1 10G-3 3) TX1-TX3 connect via multiplexers to the downstream ring fibers. Tx2 4) OLT MAC RX1-2 connect from Tx3 upstream ring fibers via demultiplexers Tx333 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Espoo ONU – MAC and TXb 1) CPE STBs connect to ONU High defintion video service port (HD-sp). HD-sp ONU2 2) The ONU1-2 MAC connects to TXb1-2 HD-sp ONU1 via SMA cabling. 3) The ONU1-2 MAC RX connects to RX1-2 with fiber. TX2b 4) TXb1-2 connects to drop fibers (2- 5km). TX1b 5) Drop fibers go to splitters 1-2 which connect to feeder fibers. split1 split2 Feeder1 6) Feeder fibers (5-15km) connect to the Feeder2 RN1-2. dropf34 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • OLT- DWDM MUX/DEMUX 1) The OLT TX1-2 connect DS to either East or West DWDM MUX W-PA W-PA E-PA E-PA 2) The OLT RX1-2 connect US to either East or West DWDM DEMUX Wd-MUX Wd-MUX When the protection and monitoring Ed-MUX Ed-MUX system is used the connections go Wu-DMUX Wu-DMUX via it. Eu-DMUX Eu-DMUX 3) There is a pre-amplifier (PA) upstream for all wavelengths before the DWDM DEMUX. There is also a boost amplifier (BA) downstream for all wavelengths after the DWDM MUX. PA1 4) DS and US fiber spools (5-25km) run P&M between the OLT and the RN1-2 PA235 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu OLT- P&M + DWDM MUX + PUMP W-PA W-PA E-PA E-PA Wd-MUX W-PUMP E-PUMP Ed-MUX Wu-DMUX Eu-DMUX E-U5km W-U5km36 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • RN1-3 RN3 Feeder1 RN1 Feeder2 RN237 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu From Espoo to Lannion • The demo system in Espoo had all the equipment co-located • Lannion trial has distributed equipment on several sites – This makes it more challenging and exciting • We continue to improve the robustness as we go from Lannion to FTTH Council in Milan – Next week testing continues38 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • SARDANA Field-Trial (Lannion, 20th January 2010)  The Orange Labs facilities are connected to a 18 Km "open" fiber network.  This fiber network is located along the Bretagne Lannion area, and managed by the cluster Media&Network.  12-fibre ring cable plus distribution trees.  Reintegration of SARDANA systems took place December to January39 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu40 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Field trial fibre connectivity Imagin Lab Showroom 12x18km Ring Fibers Tree Fiber Fibers to RN Hotel Enterprises (up&dwn) Y km X km RNrec RN2 Y km X km 100/5% 2km 2km 2.5km Connection between Imangin Lab and Orange Labs Total fiber length : 2520m SC-APC connectors except at WE010 where it is FC-PC (reflection of 25dB) 2.8dB Fiber 1 / Fiber 2 0.5dB/0.4dB ONU23 Detailed 1dB /0.95dB 1320m SC/APC LZI FT R&D SC/APC 500m next slide SC/APC SC/APC FC/PC FC/PC LF028 WE010 500m Imagin Lab FT R&D FT R&D Ilab Japan 0.6dB/0.65dB SC/APC Sardana Show Room 200m 0.7dB/ 0.7dB SC/APC WE SC/APC WE LD910 PIR Sardana FT R&D LZI Orange Labs LZI ONU22 Ring LF LF PIR LD Orange Lab 8700m ; 1,6dB Up (#13)8800m ; 2dB Dwn (#14)2,35dB Up (#13)1.7dB Dwn (#14) Boucle optique RN1 lannionaise 2km 2km 12 x 16 km Images & Réseaux Entreprises Lab LD910 (PERSYST) Lab LF028 #14 FTR&D  FTR&D  FTR&D  ENSSAT Hotel  Pôle LZI 100/5% #13 TR4 R4 59 TR1 R4 9 ENSSAT labs 11 10 13 1 3 3 5 5 -3,6 dBm 3,31 dBm 2000 m BU = 6.91 dB (th : 0,5 dB+4 con = 1,7 dB) 8790 m #14 ONU21 ~ 10 800 m = 11.4 dB (th : 2,7 dB+8 con = 5,1 dB) -8,1 dBm #13 TR4 R4 60 TR1 R4 10 12 6 6 2 Kermaria 3,31 dBm 2000 m BU = 6.21 dB (th : 0,5 dB+4 con = 1,7 dB) -2,9 dBm Note : Les tests au réflectomètre ont montré que le problème se situe au répartiteur LZI (connectiques EC ?) (Nettoyage des connecteurs semaine prochaine) (administrative) 1 41 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Service Delivery with fs|cdc 42 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Field trial tests  SARDANA network transmission over 55 Km, over the deployed Lannion area cable infrastructure plus extra local spools.  Optical connections between ImaginLab, ENSSAT and OrangeLab.  Different communications services transmitted through:  2x Bidirectional 1G Ethernet using RSOA and SFPs.  10G / 2.5 XGPON scrambled burst data.  Bidirectional 10G Ethernet using tuneable laser ONU.  Functionality shown:  Channel protection (fibre cuts).  ONU colourlessness.  Multi-operability.  High bandwidth real time bidirectional HD multimedia services.43 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu44 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Final Outcomes• SARDANA project targets the ultimate extension of the limits of FTTH Passive Optical Networks, as a practical transparent approach to access&metro convergence. – Sardana Test-Bed Demonstration in Espoo-Finland (28-Oct-2010) – Sardana Field-Trial in 12-2010 in Lannion-France, with new broadband services (20-1-2011) – Public Demo at FTTH Council Conference, Milan (9/10-Feb-2011) • FTTH SHOWROOM (YELLOW-2)• Network/system/subsystem/component design guidelines and prototypes for NGPON2.• Contribution to: – Regulatory Bodies on Broadband Access to citizens (multi-operator infrastructure sharing strategy, etc). – International Standards on next-generation FTTH like NGPON2.45 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu Things for continuing R&D• RSOA technology has to evolve, for higher GAINxBW, (and injected power) from current: – 14 dB 1.2 GHz (TO-CAN), equalized for 2.5Gbit/s – 18 dB 0.8 GHz (TO-CAN) – 10 dB 3 GHz (Butterfly ) – -10 dB 10 GHz (REAM) – 5 dB 10 GHz (SOAREAM chip)• FEC has not been implemented and would be convenient.• Connectors are critical (return loss near ONU, high-power at ring)• A secondary pump source is convenient to reach 100 Km – Or from ASE from SOAs, as has been demonstrated.• Rayleigh back-scattering is critical for distribution > 6Km. – Increase ring, decrease drop, 2 fiber-feeder. – Also can be reduced with several techniques developed.• Many ideas have come up along the 3 years for future improvement.• 1-2 year for Development.• _x_? for Deployment46 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu
  • Thank you from all SARDANA partners !! www.ict-sardana.eu Contact: Josep Prat (project manager) Tel: (+34) 93 401-6455 /-7179 /-6850 Fax: /-7200, e-mail: jprat@tsc.upc.edu Dept. Signal Theory and Communications (TSC) www.tsc.upc.edu/gco Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) www.upc.edu c/ Jordi Girona 1, ETSETB-TSC-D5 Barcelona, 08034, Spain47 SARDANA showcase, Milan, February 2011, FTTH Council Europe 2011 jprat@tsc.upc.edu