We demonstrate four conventional TDM PONs with symmetric 2.5-Gb/s line rate and extended reach, sharing a common infrastructure. A hybrid SOA-Raman amplifier provides 150-nm bi-directional gain over the PONs’ downstream and upstream CWDM wavelength plan.

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