We propose and demonstrate an extended-reach radio-over-fiber (ROF) access network. The double-sideband carrier-suppressed (DSCS) optical signal carries the downstream ROF signal. A continuous wave (CW) optical carrier is embedded into the DSCS optical signal and transmitted to the colorless optical networking unit (ONU)/remote antenna unit (RAU) for the upstream signal generation. At the ONU/RAU, the upstream data is orthogonally wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) onto this CW carrier; hence mitigating the cross-talk generated by the downstream signal. Analyses about the optimum power difference between the downstream and the CW signals; as well as the split-ratio are also preformed.