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The interest for broadband services has driven examination on millimeter-wave frequency band correspondences for wireless access network due
its range accessibility, and conservative size of radio frequency gadgets. Radio-over-Fiber (ROF) is viewed as financially savvy, down to earth
and moderately adaptable framework arrangement for long stretch vehicle of factory metric frequency band wireless signals. This paper presents
a review on radio over fiber for wireless broadband access technology.
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