WO2011021842A2 - Open optical access network system - Google Patents

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WO2011021842A2
WO2011021842A2 PCT/KR2010/005443 KR2010005443W WO2011021842A2 WO 2011021842 A2 WO2011021842 A2 WO 2011021842A2 KR 2010005443 W KR2010005443 W KR 2010005443W WO 2011021842 A2 WO2011021842 A2 WO 2011021842A2
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정의석
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Abstract

The present invention relates to an open optical access network system in which one optical access network is open to enable a plurality of service providers and a plurality of subscribers to simultaneously use the optical access network, to thereby improve the efficiency of using the optical access network, wherein each subscriber can be provided with a plurality of different services from the plurality of service providers, thereby enabling the flexible selection of services and the flexible change in services, thus improving the efficiency of using an optical infrastructure.

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Open Optical Subscriber Network System

The present invention relates to an optical subscriber network, and more particularly, to open a single optical subscriber network for simultaneous use by multiple service providers and multiple subscribers, thereby increasing the use efficiency of the optical subscriber network, and allowing each subscriber a plurality of subscribers. The present invention relates to an open optical subscriber network system that allows multiple services from multiple service providers.

Optical subscriber network technology is widely used because it can provide higher quality services by connecting service providers and subscribers to optical infrastructure.

1 is a view schematically showing a conventional optical subscriber network structure.

In the current optical subscriber network, as shown in FIG. 1, one service provider and multiple subscribers are connected to one optical infrastructure. Therefore, in order for a subscriber to receive a service from another service provider, a new optical infrastructure must be established between the service provider and the subscriber. In this case, the existing optical infrastructure connected to the subscriber cannot be used.

If other service providers open up the optical infrastructure to easily access the existing optical infrastructure without newly establishing the optical infrastructure, the service provider can reduce the optical infrastructure construction cost and at the same time, the existing optical infrastructure. It is possible to increase the efficiency of use, and to provide services to users more economically.

The technology for this purpose is a technique using a wavelength multiplexed signal light and a wavelength variable light source. This technique aims to solve the complex structure of transmitting supervisory control signals in addition to signal wavelengths to each subscriber side device, and assigning transmission / reception wavelengths to each subscriber side device.

That is, the present invention provides a method for intelligently communicating each service provider side device and subscriber side device without using a supervisory control signal. To this end, each service provider-side device and subscriber-side device each include a wavelength variable light source transmitter and a receiver having a wavelength variable filter. The service provider side controls the signal wavelength by using a wavelength control circuit. Configure by using.

This technique is advantageous in that it uses a light intensity splitter and each service provider side and subscriber side intelligently selects the wavelength. However, when a plurality of service providers are connected to the optical infrastructure, it is difficult for multiple service providers to access each device because the service provider-side devices must share a wavelength control circuit.

In other words, in order for a plurality of service providers to share an optical infrastructure, another system must be provided for an optical transmission system of service providers.

Another technique for this is the open access service model technology using the WD-PON. The technology includes a fiber optic splitter in the central office so that service providers can send signals of the desired wavelength to the subscriber. However, in this technology, since the wavelength division multiplexer is used at the remote node, the wavelength allocated to each subscriber is fixed to a single wavelength, and thus the service cannot be received from multiple service providers.

Therefore, in an open optical subscriber network, it would be convenient to operate without a separate system for managing each service provider system, and a method should be sought in which the wavelength assigned to each subscriber is not limited.

According to the present invention, the optical infrastructure is configured to be open, but the subscribers can be flexibly selected and changed services because the multiple service providers and the subscribers are connected to one optical infrastructure having no wavelength selectivity. It is possible to provide an open optical subscriber network system.

In an open optical subscriber network system according to an aspect of the present invention, in an open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure, an optical signal of a specific transmission channel among all transmission channels accommodated by the optical infrastructure is provided. Optical line terminal unit for transmitting and receiving signals, the optical signal of a predetermined transmission channel is separated from the multiple transmission channel optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit and received, and the optical signal modulated optical signal of the predetermined transmission channel It may include an optical network termination unit for transmitting to the terminal unit and an optical distribution / coupling unit for distributing or combining optical signals transmitted and received between the optical line terminal unit and the optical network terminal unit.

In an open optical subscriber network system according to an aspect of the present invention, in an open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure, an optical signal having a specific wavelength among all wavelengths accommodated by the optical infrastructure is provided. The optical line terminal unit transmits and receives an optical signal having a predetermined wavelength from a multi-wavelength optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit, and transmits an optical signal modulated by the optical signal having a predetermined wavelength to the optical line terminal unit. It may include an optical network termination portion and an optical distribution / coupling portion for distributing or combining optical signals transmitted and received between the optical line terminal and the optical network terminal.

In addition, the service provider may include one or more optical line terminal units to enable transmission and reception of optical signals having wavelengths in some of the prerequisite wavelengths accommodated by the optical infrastructure.

Also, the optical network termination unit receives a wavelength selector for separating an optical signal of a predetermined wavelength from a multi-wavelength optical signal and an optical signal for receiving an optical signal of a predetermined wavelength separated from the wavelength selector and modulating the optical signal of a predetermined wavelength. It may include an optical transmitting and receiving unit for transmitting.

In addition, the light distribution / coupling unit may include an Nx1 optical splitter connected to the optical line terminal part and a 1xN optical splitter connected to the optical network end part.

In addition, the wavelength selector may be configured as an arrayed waveguide grating or an arrayed waveguide grating having an cyclic property such that an optical signal having different wavelengths may be connected to one terminal.

According to another aspect of the present invention, an open optical subscriber network system includes a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and a time division multiplexing (TDM) scheme in an open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure. The optical line terminal unit for transmitting and receiving the optical signal modulated by the optical signal, and receives the optical signal of a predetermined wavelength from the optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit, and separates the optical signal of the predetermined time from the separated optical signal And an optical network termination unit for transmitting an optical signal having a predetermined wavelength or an optical signal modulated with an optical signal having a predetermined time, to an optical line terminal unit, and an optical signal transmitted and received between the optical line terminal unit and the optical network terminal unit. It may include a light distribution / coupling portion to distribute or combine.

In addition, the service provider may include one or more optical line terminal units to modulate in a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) method using an optical signal of a wavelength of a portion of the total wavelengths accommodated by the optical infrastructure, or use an optical signal of a specific wavelength. The optical line terminal may be modulated by a time division multiplexing (TDM) scheme.

An open optical subscriber network system according to another aspect of the present invention is an open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure. Optical line terminal unit for transmitting and receiving signals, the optical signal of a predetermined frequency is separated from the multi-frequency optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit and received, and the optical signal modulated optical signal of the predetermined frequency to the optical line terminal unit It may include an optical network terminal for transmitting and an optical distribution / combining unit for distributing or combining optical signals transmitted and received between the optical line terminal and the optical network terminal.

In addition, the optical network termination may include a frequency selection filter for separating the optical signal of a predetermined frequency from the multi-frequency optical signal.

In addition, each optical line terminal portion or optical network termination portion is connected to a different optical distribution / coupling portion, and each optical line terminal portion or optical network termination portion is connected to the optical circulator and connected to the optical circulator. ring) structure.

Through the open optical subscriber network system according to the present invention can provide a variety of services as shown in the following table.

Table 1 Subscriber 1 Subscriber 2 Subscriber 3 Subscriber 4 Subscriber n Internet SP2 SP1 SP1 SP2 SP4 IPTV SP2 SP3 SP1 SP2 SP2 VoIP SP2 SP2 SP2 SP2 SP1 VoD SP2 SP4 SP1 SP1 SP2

Subscriber 1 receives all kinds of services from service provider 2: SP2. This corresponds to the case of transmitting and receiving only one wavelength signal.

Subscriber 2 receives different kinds of services from different service providers. This corresponds to the embodiment shown in Figure 3 of the present invention and corresponds to the case of transmitting and receiving optical signals of various wavelengths.

Subscriber 3 receives VoIP service from the same service provider (SP2) along with Subscriber 1 and Subscriber 2, while other services are received from SP1. This corresponds to the embodiment shown in FIG. 5 of the present invention and corresponds to a case of transmitting and receiving an optical signal of a time division multiplexing method and an optical signal of a wavelength division multiplexing method.

Therefore, in the open optical subscriber network system according to the present invention, not only the service providers and a plurality of users are connected using one optical infrastructure, but also the flexible service can be selected and changed, thereby increasing the use efficiency of the optical infrastructure.

1 is a view schematically showing a conventional optical subscriber network structure.

2 is a view schematically showing an open optical subscriber network system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a block diagram showing an open optical subscriber network system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 4 is a view showing a subscriber device of the open optical subscriber network system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

5 is a diagram illustrating a subscriber device capable of selecting a time division multiplexing channel according to an embodiment of the present invention.

6 is a diagram illustrating a subscriber device capable of selecting a frequency division multiplexing channel according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating an open optical subscriber network system including a ring structure of a service provider according to an embodiment of the present invention.

In an open optical subscriber network system according to an aspect of the present invention, in an open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure, a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and a time division multiplexing (TDM) scheme are provided. The optical line terminal unit for transmitting and receiving the modulated optical signal, the optical signal of a predetermined wavelength is separated from the optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit, and receives the optical signal of a predetermined time from the separated optical signal And distributing an optical signal transmitted and received between the optical line terminal unit and the optical network terminal unit to transmit an optical signal of a predetermined wavelength or an optical signal modulated by the received predetermined time to the optical line terminal unit. Or a light distribution / combining unit for combining, and a service provider divides the wavelength using an optical signal of a wavelength of a part of the total wavelengths accommodated by the optical infrastructure. Screen may comprise (WDM) system comprising the one or more parts of the optical line terminal is modulated to be, or time-division multiplexed with an optical signal of a particular wavelength (TDM) scheme as the modulation is an optical line terminal unit.

Hereinafter, with reference to the accompanying drawings will be described in detail an embodiment of the present invention.

2 is a view schematically showing an open optical subscriber network system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Multiple service providers (service provider 1, ..., service provider n) and multiple subscribers (subscriber 1, ..., subscriber n) are connected through a single optical infrastructure. The optical infrastructure includes an optical line distribution / combining device to which a plurality of service providers can be connected, and transmits an optical signal transmitted from each service provider to a remote node.

The remote node includes an optical line distribution / combining device to transmit optical signals transmitted from each service provider to each subscriber device.

Each subscriber device includes a wavelength selector and an optical transmitter / receiver, and selects and receives only necessary optical signals among optical signals transmitted from respective service providers. The optical signal transmitted from each subscriber device is combined through the remote node and then transmitted to each service provider through the optical infrastructure. Thus, each service provider can receive only necessary optical signals.

Figure 3 is a block diagram showing an open optical subscriber network system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

An open subscriber network, in which a plurality of service providers and a plurality of subscribers are connected through an optical infrastructure, includes an optical line terminal (OLT) device using one or more wavelength division multiplexing schemes having an optical transmitter and receiver on each service provider side. A first optical distribution / combining device for distributing / coupling an optical signal (which may be configured as an Nx1 optical splitter), a transmission optical line for transmitting the combined optical signals to a subscriber device, and for distributing and combining the transmitted optical signals And a second optical distribution / combining device (which may be configured as a 1xN optical splitter), and one or more subscriber devices having a wavelength selection unit and an optical transmission / reception unit.

The wavelength selection unit of the subscriber device may be configured using an optical filter having a fixed transmission band or a wavelength variable filter having a variable transmission band, and the optical transmission / reception unit may be configured using a light source having an unfixed wavelength.

Figure 4 is a view showing a subscriber device of the open optical subscriber network system according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The plurality of optical transmitters and receivers TRx may be configured as individual optical transmitters or receivers, or may be configured as a single module. The signals transmitted from each OLT device are combined through the first optical splitter / coupling device, and then transmitted to the second optical splitter / coupling device through the optical transmission path, and distributed in the light intensity in the second optical splitter / coupling device.

Since the optical distribution / combining device has no wavelength dependency, signals of the same wavelength are transmitted to each subscriber. Each subscriber station includes a wavelength selector that selects a plurality of wavelengths, thereby selecting and receiving only signals having a desired wavelength.

Since the optical transmitter / receiver included in the subscriber device has no wavelength dependency, the uplink signal having the same wavelength as the input wavelength signal may be transmitted to the OLT terminal, and the uplink signal of another wavelength may be transmitted to the OLT terminal.

The wavelength selector may be configured as an arrayed waveguide grating (AWG), and also configured as an arrayed waveguide grating (AWG) having a cyclic property so that the downlink and upstream signals having different wavelengths may be connected to one terminal. do.

OLT devices on the service provider side and each subscriber device can transmit and receive a plurality of wavelength signals, so that the subscriber can receive different kinds of services from a single service provider, and also provide different kinds of services from a plurality of service providers. I can receive it.

5 is a diagram illustrating a subscriber device capable of selecting a time division multiplexing channel according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The open optical subscriber network system is located at the service provider side and has at least one OLT device having an optical transmitter / receiver and uses optical division of wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and time division multiplexing (TDM). A first optical distribution / combining device for distributing / combining an optical signal (which may be configured as an Nx1 optical splitter), a transmission optical fiber for transmitting the combined optical signals to a subscriber, and a second optical distribution for distributing and combining the transmitted optical signals / Combining device (which can be configured as a 1xN optical splitter) and one or more wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and time division multiplexing (TDM) signals with a wavelength selector and an optical transmitter / receiver. It may be configured as a subscriber device including.

Time division multiplexing (TDM) is a method in which multiple signals are combined to transmit using one channel in optical communication, where each signal is divided into several segments having very short durations. That is, time division multiplexing refers to a form in which time channels are time-divided at high speed so that each channel uses a time-divided time slot of a single channel.

A service provider having such an OLT device may provide a single wavelength time division multiplexing signal to a plurality of subscribers to provide various services using only a single wavelength.

6 is a diagram illustrating a subscriber device capable of selecting a frequency division multiplexing channel according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The open optical subscriber network system is located on the service provider side, and the OLT device using the optical transmission / reception function of one or more optical frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) devices having an optical transmitter and receiver, for distributing / combining an optical signal. At least one subscriber device having a first optical distribution / combining device, a transmission optical fiber for transmitting the combined optical signals to a subscriber side, a second optical distribution / combining device for distributing and combining the transmitted optical signals, and at least one subscriber device, the subscriber device It may include a subscriber device including an optical transmitter and receiver for transmitting and receiving signals of the optical frequency division multiplexing method, and the optical transmitter and receiver may include a multi-frequency selective filter for separating the received optical signal by frequency. .

The frequency components included in the optical signal to the optical transmitter and receiver are selected through the multi-frequency selection filter.

Each service input provider converts a signal of an allocated frequency into an optical signal and transmits it to each subscriber, and each subscriber selects and receives only necessary frequencies, thereby effectively selecting a service.

FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating an open optical subscriber network system including a ring structure of a service provider according to an embodiment of the present invention.

The downlink signal generated by each OLT device is transmitted to the optical infrastructure through the optical distribution / combining device, and the uplink signal transmitted from each subscriber side is transmitted to each OLT device through the optical circulator and the optical distribution / combining device.

This ring structure can reduce the number of transmission optical fibers required for the connection between the OLT device and the optical infrastructure. That is, since each OLT device is connected to the optical infrastructure by using each optical fiber, N strands of optical fibers are required to connect N OLTs, but when configured in a ring as shown in FIG. The device can be connected.

In addition, in the connection of service providers and subscribers with optical fibers, it is possible to construct a linear bus open optical subscriber network system in which a plurality of optical distribution / coupling devices are installed on an optical path, and also a ring open optical fiber. The subscriber network system can be configured or two or more structures can be mixed.

One aspect of the invention may be embodied as computer readable code on a computer readable recording medium. Codes and code segments implementing the above programs can be easily inferred by a computer programmer in the art. Computer-readable recording media include all types of recording devices that store data that can be read by a computer system. Examples of computer-readable recording media include ROM, RAM, CD-ROM, magnetic tape, floppy disk, optical disk, and the like. The computer readable recording medium can also be distributed over network coupled computer systems so that the computer readable code is stored and executed in a distributed fashion.

The above description is only one embodiment of the present invention, and those skilled in the art may implement the present invention in a modified form without departing from the essential characteristics of the present invention. Therefore, the scope of the present invention should not be limited to the above-described examples, but should be construed to include various embodiments within the scope equivalent to those described in the claims.

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  1. An open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure,
    An optical line terminal unit transmitting and receiving an optical signal of a specific transmission channel among all transmission channels accommodated by the optical infrastructure;
    An optical network for separating and receiving an optical signal of a predetermined transmission channel from the multiple transmission channel optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit, and transmitting an optical signal modulated by the optical signal of the predetermined transmission channel to the optical line terminal unit. Termination; And
    And an optical distribution / combining unit for distributing or combining optical signals transmitted and received between the optical line terminal unit and the optical network termination unit.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The transmission channel is modulated by a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) scheme, and the service provider includes at least one optical line terminal unit to transmit and receive an optical signal having a wavelength in a portion of preconditions accommodated by the optical infrastructure. Open optical subscriber network system.
  3. 3. The optical fiber termination of claim 2,
    A wavelength selector for separating an optical signal having a predetermined wavelength from the multi-wavelength optical signal; And
    And an optical transmitter / receiver for receiving an optical signal of a predetermined wavelength separated by the wavelength selector and transmitting an optical signal modulated by the optical signal of the predetermined wavelength.
  4. The method of claim 2, wherein the light distribution / coupling portion
    An Nx1 optical splitter connected to the optical line terminal unit; And
    And a 1 xN optical splitter connected to the optical network termination portion.
  5. The method of claim 3, wherein the wavelength selector
    An open optical subscriber network system consisting of an arrayed waveguide grating or an arrayed waveguide grating having an cyclic property such that optical signals having different wavelengths can be connected to one terminal.
  6. An open optical subscriber network system in which one or more service providers and one or more subscribers are connected through the same optical infrastructure,
    An optical line terminal unit for transmitting and receiving an optical signal modulated by a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) and a time division multiplexing (TDM) method;
    The optical signal of a predetermined wavelength is separated and received from the optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit, the optical signal of a predetermined time is separated from the separated optical signal, and the optical signal of the received predetermined wavelength is received. Or an optical network termination unit configured to transmit an optical signal obtained by modulating the received optical signal at a predetermined time to the optical line terminal unit; And
    And an optical distribution / combining unit for distributing or combining optical signals transmitted and received between the optical line terminal unit and the optical network termination unit.
  7. The method of claim 6,
    The service provider may include one or more optical line terminal units to be modulated by a wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) method using an optical signal of a wavelength of a portion of the total wavelengths accommodated by the optical infrastructure,
    An open optical subscriber network system including an optical line terminal unit capable of modulating by a time division multiplexing (TDM) method using an optical signal having a specific wavelength.
  8. 7. The optical fiber terminal of claim 6, wherein the optical fiber termination portion
    A wavelength selection unit for separating an optical signal having a predetermined wavelength from the optical signal received from the optical line terminal unit; And
    Receives an optical signal of a predetermined wavelength separated by the wavelength selector or separates and receives an optical signal of a predetermined time from the separated optical signal of the predetermined wavelength,
    And an optical transmitter / receiver for transmitting an optical signal of the predetermined wavelength or an optical signal of the predetermined time.
  9. The method of claim 6, wherein the light distribution / coupling portion
    An Nx1 optical splitter connected to the optical line terminal unit; And
    And a 1 x N optical splitter connected to the optical network termination portion.
  10. The method of claim 1,
    And said transmission channel is modulated by a frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) scheme, and said optical network termination portion comprises: a frequency selection filter separating an optical signal of a predetermined frequency from said multi-frequency optical signal.
  11. The method of claim 1,
    Each optical line terminal portion or optical network termination portion is connected to a different optical distribution / coupling portion, and each optical distribution / combination portion connected to each optical line terminal portion or optical network termination portion is connected to the optical circulator and is ring ) Open optical subscriber network system.
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