© 2022 IEEE.RoF-based optical-wireless networks are thought-about the foremost key solution for increasing the capability, coverage, bandwidth, and, moreover, mobility to make full use of the massive bandwidth offered by fibre and flexibility provided by wireless broadcast. We have proposed and demonstrated WDM-RoF-PON architectures in this proposal. Several schemes like injection locking, direct/external modulation, re-modulation, and homodyne detection were employed to confirm the feasibility of the corresponding designs. The objective of this research is to develop a Wavelength Division Multiplexed-Radio-over-Fiber-Passive Optical Network (WDM-RoF-PON) employing reflective semiconductor optical amplifier (RSOA) has been suggested and established, to broadcast 2.5 Gb/s baseband (BB) and 1.25 Gb/s wireless signaling downlink and 1 Gb/s (BB) signal in uplink through 25km of single mode fibre (SMF), and wireless downlink signal through 25km of SMF and 5.2m of free-space distance. Here, the confused light infusion plan and twofold sideband optical transporter concealment (DSBCS) strategy are used at the same time for fruitful transmission of both downlink wired and remote transmissions. RSOA is used at the receiving end to reuse the downlink carrier for uplink transmission.