Abstract

Recent work on radio-over-multimode-fiber (MMF) transmission, for the support of wireless LANs and current cellular systems operating at below 6 GHz, has shown that excellent performance (e.g., spur-free dynamic range well in excess of 100 dB.Hz<sup>2/3</sup>) can be achieved. However, it is shown here that for multisystem operation, spurious emissions may be more of a restriction than meeting good signal quality requirements (such as low error vector magnitude). Initial results are reported for error vector magnitude and adjacent channel leakage for UMTS transmission over a radio-over-MMF link with a multisystem remote antenna unit with conformance to standards being demonstrated.

© 2008 IEEE

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