50 Gbit/s Passive Optical Network (50G-PON): Standards Progress and Applications in 5G

23 March 2021, 15:00 - 16:30 - Eastern Daylight Time (UTC - 04:00)

This webinar will introduce the ITU standardization effort on 50 Gbit/s Passive Optical Network (50G-PON). The ITU project G.hsp will be reviewed and the standards development status will be updated. The webinar will focus on the 50G-PON system requirements and accepted solutions. Applications in 5G will be analyzed to highlight 50G-PON features. Recent industry test results will be reported, and challenges will be summarized to encourage joint research in this area.

This program is cosponsored with the Optical Communications Technical Group.                                                       optical communication technical group logo

About Our Speaker: Yuanqiu Luo, FutureWei Technologies

YuaYuanqiu Lou, FutureWei Technologiesnqiu Luo is currently a Director of Optical Access Standards at the Standardization & Industry Department of Futurewei Technologies, USA. Before joining Futurewei, she was with NEC Laboratories America, Princeton, NJ. She received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark.

Dr. Luo has been heavily involved in the R&D effort of optical access networks for more than 15 years. She is an editor of ITU standards G.987.3 (XG-PON), G.9807.1(XGS-PON), G.989.2 (NG-PON2), G.9802, G.9803, G.Sup66 (PON for 5G fronthaul), and G.hsp.ComTC (50G-PON). She is the editor of IEEE standards 802.3cp (Highspeed BiDi). She was a clause editor of IEEE standards 802.1AS (time synchronization). Her major projects include the first XG-PON trial with Verizon, PON as wireless xhaul, the first NG-PON2 prototype system, and PON for 5G transport.

Dr. Luo authors more than 60 publications. She holds more than 30 US patents. She was honored with an IEEE Standards Award in 2011. She received the Best Paper Award from IEEE & OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology in 2013.

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