The Future of WDM (OPN Trends Supplement)
Wayne H. Knox
Wavelength-division multiplexing, which is simply the technique of communicating multiple data streams on separate wavelengths, has emerged as a powerful communications technology. Rapid progress leads us to wonder what its future might be and how far it may progress. Will it one day be possible for everybody on the planet to have their own wavelength?
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