In this chapter several protocols have been studied from different point of view. Nowadays, several field trials have been deployed with the ATM technology and others are going to use Ethernet technology (Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet). A comparison between both technologies is presented.
KeywordsMedium Access Control Asynchronous Transfer Mode Passive Optical Network Vertical Cavity Surface Emit Laser Downstream Channel
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