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The heterogeneity of optical wireless networks (OWNs) has expanded over decades in terms of services, node densities, mobility requirements, bandwidth needs, responsiveness, and physical device profile. Consequently, incorporating dynamic reconfigurability into future OWNs can satisfy their diverse realm of objectives. Towards this end, we provide our vision for the potential gains of integrating tunable optical elements in OWNs reflected in energy consumption reduction, coverage customization,doi:10.1109/ojcoms.2022.3164790 fatcat:hzc6y7q4dfe2rdi64vu4mwooka