Deliver any broadband service to the end user/ device, wire-bound as well as wireless by means of converged network solutions.
We investigate optical routing techniques for delivering capacity-on-demand, for optimizing user mobility and network performance, and for reducing energy consumption. We explore techniques for flexible fibre-to-the-home networks, as well as optical in-building network solutions to extend FttH’s huge capacity into the home. With radio-over-fibre techniques, we create radio pico-cells for flexible high-capacity wireless coverage, while avoiding radio interference and significantly lowering radio emission levels. Free-space dynamically steered optical beam communication is investigated to offer the ultimate ultra-high capacity wireless communication.
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Henrie van den Boom
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Low cost λ-tunable transmitter for indoor infrared wireless communication systemOptics Communications (2019)
Optical I/Q modulation utilizing dual-drive MZM for fiber-wireless integration system at Ka-bandOptics Letters (2019)
Complexity-adjustable SC decoding of polar codes for energy consumption reductionIET Communications (2019)
Crosstalk-mitigated AWGR-based two-dimensional IR beam-steered indoor optical wireless communication system with a high spatial resolutionJournal of Lightwave Technology (2019)
Reflecting AWG by using photonic crystal reflector on Indium-phosphide membrane on silicon platformIEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2019)