Active PAR

P2897

Standard for Flexible Optical Service Unit (OSUFlex) of Passive Optical Network (PON) in Power Systems

This standard specifies a communication layer, Flexible Optical Service Unit (OSUFlex), to provide small point to multipoint service channels in optical transport networks. The main features of the layer provide massive OSUFlex connections to directly carry power services (e.g., Internet of Things (IoT), Cameras and Surveillance or industrial bus) into an optical transport network, enabling the flexible bandwidth (e.g., n x 2 Mb/s) and hitless bandwidth adjustment for each point to multipoint connection, directly mapping of service into OSUFlex with the capabilities of high-bandwidth efficiency, and physical isolated service channel for power system applications.

Sponsor Committee
COM/PLC - Power Line Communications
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Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2022-11-10

Working Group Details

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IEEE Communications Society
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Sponsor Committee
COM/PLC - Power Line Communications
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Working Group
PON OSU in power systems - Standard for Optical Service Unit (OSU) of Passive Optical Network (PON) in power systems
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Jennifer Santulli
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Working Group Chair
xiaozhou chen

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