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This paper proposes a novel architecture integrating a fiber optic infrastructure with 60 GHz wireless transmission, capable of delivering a data rate up to 1 Gbps per cell in indoor environment. The system uses a hybrid WDM/TDM PON as the fixed infrastructure and the 60 GHz radio to provide the end user access and mobility. A centralized medium access control mechanism derived from IEEE 802.3ah is adopted for efficient channel access and bandwidth allocation. The use of standard components and the dynamic bandwidth allocation across wireless cells makes the system a strong candidate for future gigabit wireless LANs.
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