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2012 OFC Collocated National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference OFC/NFOEC 2012

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Communications, IEEE Transactions on

Telephone, telegraphy, facsimile, and point-to-point television, by electromagnetic propagation, including radio; wire; aerial, underground, coaxial, and submarine cables; waveguides, communication satellites, and lasers; in marine, aeronautical, space and fixed station services; repeaters, radio relaying, signal storage, and regeneration; telecommunication error detection and correction; multiplexing and carrier techniques; communication switching systems; data communications; and communication theory. In addition to the above, ...


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40-Gb/s packet-selective photonic add/drop multiplexer based on optical-code label header processing

N. Kataoka; Naoya Wada; F. Kubota; K. Kitayama Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2004

A packet-by-packet-selective photonic add/drop multiplexer, of the finest data granularity, is experimentally demonstrated at 40 Gb/s. An optical-code label, attached to the packet, enables determination, in the optical domain, of whether to drop, cut through, or add packets.


SONET evolution: the challenges ahead

K. J. Lee; T. J. Aprille Global Telecommunications Conference, 1991. GLOBECOM '91. 'Countdown to the New Millennium. Featuring a Mini-Theme on: Personal Communications Services, 1991

A typical SONET (synchronous optical network) is presented. The authors illustrate how small SONET islands in the initial stage evolve into end-to-end switched SONET networks in the final stage. They also identify key, high-level operations issues involved in achieving smooth SONET evolution, fulfilling the SONET promises. Specifically, they look at standards needed to achieve inter- vendor operations interworking, and new ...


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While deploying the next generation of optical networks with a mesh topology, telecommunications carriers are being confronted with a choice between wavelength switches that can switch traffic at SONET STS-48 (2.5 Gbps) granularity and subwavelength grooming capable switches that can switch at STS-1 (51 Mbps) granularity. The former consumes high fragmented/unused capacity to support low capacity end-to-end circuits using high ...


Design and control issues of integrated self-healing networks in SONET

Y. Okanoue; H. Sakauchi; S. Hasegawa Global Telecommunications Conference, 1991. GLOBECOM '91. 'Countdown to the New Millennium. Featuring a Mini-Theme on: Personal Communications Services, 1991

An integrated self-healing network is discussed, where RD (route diversity), SSR (shared self-healing ring), and DSH (dynamic self-healing algorithms) together perform the whole network restoration. In order to achieve a higher degree of network survivability, a joint use of SSR and DSH techniques is one of the solutions. The authors specifically propose the shared use of protection routes between SSR ...


Multilayer network resilience

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40-Gb/s packet-selective photonic add/drop multiplexer based on optical-code label header processing

N. Kataoka; Naoya Wada; F. Kubota; K. Kitayama Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2004

A packet-by-packet-selective photonic add/drop multiplexer, of the finest data granularity, is experimentally demonstrated at 40 Gb/s. An optical-code label, attached to the packet, enables determination, in the optical domain, of whether to drop, cut through, or add packets.


SONET evolution: the challenges ahead

K. J. Lee; T. J. Aprille Global Telecommunications Conference, 1991. GLOBECOM '91. 'Countdown to the New Millennium. Featuring a Mini-Theme on: Personal Communications Services, 1991

A typical SONET (synchronous optical network) is presented. The authors illustrate how small SONET islands in the initial stage evolve into end-to-end switched SONET networks in the final stage. They also identify key, high-level operations issues involved in achieving smooth SONET evolution, fulfilling the SONET promises. Specifically, they look at standards needed to achieve inter- vendor operations interworking, and new ...


Analysis of subwavelength traffic grooming efficiency in optical mesh networks

S. Datta; S. Sengupta; S. Biswas; D. Saha; H. Kobayashi 2004 IEEE International Conference on Communications (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37577), 2004

While deploying the next generation of optical networks with a mesh topology, telecommunications carriers are being confronted with a choice between wavelength switches that can switch traffic at SONET STS-48 (2.5 Gbps) granularity and subwavelength grooming capable switches that can switch at STS-1 (51 Mbps) granularity. The former consumes high fragmented/unused capacity to support low capacity end-to-end circuits using high ...


Design and control issues of integrated self-healing networks in SONET

Y. Okanoue; H. Sakauchi; S. Hasegawa Global Telecommunications Conference, 1991. GLOBECOM '91. 'Countdown to the New Millennium. Featuring a Mini-Theme on: Personal Communications Services, 1991

An integrated self-healing network is discussed, where RD (route diversity), SSR (shared self-healing ring), and DSH (dynamic self-healing algorithms) together perform the whole network restoration. In order to achieve a higher degree of network survivability, a joint use of SSR and DSH techniques is one of the solutions. The authors specifically propose the shared use of protection routes between SSR ...


Multilayer network resilience

Andrzej Jajszczyk 2009 Conference on Optical Fiber Communication - incudes post deadline papers, 2009

▪ We have to deal with multiple layers ▪ Integration of IP and optical networks controlled by a common control plane offers new opportunities and challenges related to survivability ▪ Simple escalation strategies are available ▪ Integrated multilayer recovery seems to be impractical ▪ Dynamic multilayer recovery is very promising


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  • A Fully Integrated SiGe Receiver IC for 10Gb/s Data Rate

    A silicon germanium (SiGe) receiver IC is presented here which integrates most of the 10-Gb/s SONET receiver functions. The receiver combines an automatic gain control and clock and data recovery circuit (CDR) with a binary-type phase-locked loop, 1 : 8 demultiplexer, and a 27 - 1 pseudorandom bit sequence generator for self-testing. This work demonstrates a higher level of integration compared to other silicon designs as well as a CDR with SONET- compliant jitter characteristics. The receiver has a die size of 4.5 x 4.5 mm2 and consumes 4.5 W from -5 V.

  • Appendix A

    THE DEFINITIVE GUIDEBOOK TO NEXT GENERATION SONET/SDH, OPTICAL NETWORKS, AND NEW DATA COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL The next generation SONET/SDH answers the demand for a communications network with improved data QoS, higher data rates, exceptional flexibility, efficiency and scalability, superb protection, and a data-friendly standard, by integrating the simplicity and cost-efficiency of the data network with bandwidth capacity and QoS of the synchronous optical network. Designed for communication specialists who need to understand the implications and implementation requirements of the next generation optical network. Next Generation SONET/SDH: Voice and Data offers an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to this latest version of SONET/SDH. In this, his fourth book on optical networking, Dr. Kartalopoulos explains in simple terms the wealth of new protocols designed to optimize this new optical network, increase its efficiency, and decrease its cost. Featuring only essen ial mathematics and supported by many helpful illustrations, the text: * Explains and references the new SONET/SDH standards * Details the many implications and improvements that the next generation of SONET-over-DWDM will bring * Provides careful explanations of such optical systems as Data-over SONET, Packet-over-SONET, Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAST), the Generalized Framing Procedure (GFP), Link Access Procedure for SDH (LAPS), Internet and Gigabit Ethernet over SONET, Virtual Concatenation, the Multi-Service Provisioning Platform (MSPP), and the Multi-Service Switching Platform (MSSP). In addition, the book explains other optical networks including the optical transport network (OTN).

  • Lightwave Systems

    This chapter contains sections titled: Brief History New Transcontinental Carriers Lightwave Undersea Systems Evolution of Lightwave Systems Optical Fiber Cable Optical Fiber Transmission Parameters Fiber Connectors Optical Emitters Optical Detectors Tunable Lasers All-Optical Networks Dense Wavelength-Division Multiplexing Optical Amplifiers Optical Cross-Connects System Design Considerations Synchronous Optical Network Asynchronous Transfer Mode SONET Ring Networks System Availability Cable Placement Choices Cable Placement Techniques Placement of Underground Cable Placement of Aerial Cable Placement of Direct Buried Cable Field Splicing Mechanical Splicing Field Testing Using an Optical Time Domain Reflectometer Fiber-to-the-Home Video-on-Demand (VOD) Fiber-to-the-Curb Local Area Network Ethernet IBM Token Ring LAN Topology Wireless LANs Fiber Optic LANs Conclusion Review Questions for Chapter 18

  • List of Abbreviations

    "Optical communications and fiber technology are fast becoming key solutions for the increasing bandwidth demands of the 21st century. This introductory text provides practicing engineers, managers, and students with a useful guide to the latest developments and future trends of three major technologies: SONET, SDH, and ATM, and a brief introduction to legacy TDM communications systems. There are clear explanations of: * How ATM is mapped onto SONET/SDH * The role of IP networking with ATM * Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) * The future direction of convergence of communications. This concise book features easy-to-follow illustrations, review questions, worked examples, and valuable references. An accompanying CD-ROM provides the key figures in full color, suitable for easy cut-and-paste presentations. UNDERSTANDING SONET/SDH AND ATM is a must-read for communication professionals who want to improve their knowledge of this emerging technology." Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society

  • Appendix B

    THE DEFINITIVE GUIDEBOOK TO NEXT GENERATION SONET/SDH, OPTICAL NETWORKS, AND NEW DATA COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL The next generation SONET/SDH answers the demand for a communications network with improved data QoS, higher data rates, exceptional flexibility, efficiency and scalability, superb protection, and a data-friendly standard, by integrating the simplicity and cost-efficiency of the data network with bandwidth capacity and QoS of the synchronous optical network. Designed for communication specialists who need to understand the implications and implementation requirements of the next generation optical network. Next Generation SONET/SDH: Voice and Data offers an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to this latest version of SONET/SDH. In this, his fourth book on optical networking, Dr. Kartalopoulos explains in simple terms the wealth of new protocols designed to optimize this new optical network, increase its efficiency, and decrease its cost. Featuring only essen ial mathematics and supported by many helpful illustrations, the text: * Explains and references the new SONET/SDH standards * Details the many implications and improvements that the next generation of SONET-over-DWDM will bring * Provides careful explanations of such optical systems as Data-over SONET, Packet-over-SONET, Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAST), the Generalized Framing Procedure (GFP), Link Access Procedure for SDH (LAPS), Internet and Gigabit Ethernet over SONET, Virtual Concatenation, the Multi-Service Provisioning Platform (MSPP), and the Multi-Service Switching Platform (MSSP). In addition, the book explains other optical networks including the optical transport network (OTN).

  • Timing in SONEY and SDH

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction SONET and SDH Frame Structures Network Synchronization in SONET and SDH Remarks This chapter contains sections titled: References

  • Index

    "Optical communications and fiber technology are fast becoming key solutions for the increasing bandwidth demands of the 21st century. This introductory text provides practicing engineers, managers, and students with a useful guide to the latest developments and future trends of three major technologies: SONET, SDH, and ATM, and a brief introduction to legacy TDM communications systems. There are clear explanations of: * How ATM is mapped onto SONET/SDH * The role of IP networking with ATM * Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) * The future direction of convergence of communications. This concise book features easy-to-follow illustrations, review questions, worked examples, and valuable references. An accompanying CD-ROM provides the key figures in full color, suitable for easy cut-and-paste presentations. UNDERSTANDING SONET/SDH AND ATM is a must-read for communication professionals who want to improve their knowledge of this emerging technology." Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society

  • Appendix C

    THE DEFINITIVE GUIDEBOOK TO NEXT GENERATION SONET/SDH, OPTICAL NETWORKS, AND NEW DATA COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL The next generation SONET/SDH answers the demand for a communications network with improved data QoS, higher data rates, exceptional flexibility, efficiency and scalability, superb protection, and a data-friendly standard, by integrating the simplicity and cost-efficiency of the data network with bandwidth capacity and QoS of the synchronous optical network. Designed for communication specialists who need to understand the implications and implementation requirements of the next generation optical network. Next Generation SONET/SDH: Voice and Data offers an accessible yet comprehensive introduction to this latest version of SONET/SDH. In this, his fourth book on optical networking, Dr. Kartalopoulos explains in simple terms the wealth of new protocols designed to optimize this new optical network, increase its efficiency, and decrease its cost. Featuring only essen ial mathematics and supported by many helpful illustrations, the text: * Explains and references the new SONET/SDH standards * Details the many implications and improvements that the next generation of SONET-over-DWDM will bring * Provides careful explanations of such optical systems as Data-over SONET, Packet-over-SONET, Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAST), the Generalized Framing Procedure (GFP), Link Access Procedure for SDH (LAPS), Internet and Gigabit Ethernet over SONET, Virtual Concatenation, the Multi-Service Provisioning Platform (MSPP), and the Multi-Service Switching Platform (MSSP). In addition, the book explains other optical networks including the optical transport network (OTN).

  • Synchronous Optical NetworksSONET/SDH

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction SONET Frames Virtual Tributaries STS-N Frames Maintenance Summary This chapter contains sections titled: References

  • SONET and SOH

    "Optical communications and fiber technology are fast becoming key solutions for the increasing bandwidth demands of the 21st century. This introductory text provides practicing engineers, managers, and students with a useful guide to the latest developments and future trends of three major technologies: SONET, SDH, and ATM, and a brief introduction to legacy TDM communications systems. There are clear explanations of: * How ATM is mapped onto SONET/SDH * The role of IP networking with ATM * Dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) * The future direction of convergence of communications. This concise book features easy-to-follow illustrations, review questions, worked examples, and valuable references. An accompanying CD-ROM provides the key figures in full color, suitable for easy cut-and-paste presentations. UNDERSTANDING SONET/SDH AND ATM is a must-read for communication professionals who want to improve their knowledge of this emerging technology." Sponsored by: IEEE Communications Society



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