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Communications Letters, IEEE

Covers topics in the scope of IEEE Transactions on Communications but in the form of very brief publication (maximum of 6column lengths, including all diagrams and tables.)


Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Network, IEEE

IEEE Network was the number one most-cited journal in telecommunications, the number twelve most-cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering, and the number three most-cited journal in Computer Science Hardware and Architecture in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers topics which include: ...


Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE

Rapid publication of original research relevant to photonics technology. This expanding field emphasizes laser and electro-optic technology, laser physics and systems, applications, and photonic/ lightwave components and applications. The journal offers short, archival publication with minimal delay.


Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on

All telecommunications, including 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; communication theory; and wireless communications.




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Clear channel transmission of ATM/SONET and subcarrier multiplexed signals in a reconfigurable multiwavelength all-optical network testbed

IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 1996

Simultaneous transmission of subcarrier multiplexed multichannel FM-video and 3-GHz binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) digital signals, co-propagated with ATM/SONET multimedia services has been demonstrated for the first time in a reconfigurable multiwavelength all-optical network testbed. The experiment was performed over 160 km of single-mode fiber and a cascade of six erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs) and five wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) cross- ...


Network-level information models for integrated ATM/SONET/WDM management

NOMS 98 1998 IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium, 1998

To sustain the ever growing demand for bandwidth in cost-effective, efficient and robust ways, it is anticipated that the next-generation transport network architecture will consist of several different technology layers. However, managing such multi-layered transport networks will be complicated and difficult, due to the scale of the networks and the correlation between different technology layers. Unfortunately, existing network management systems ...


Highly integrated ATM/SONET user-network interface

Electronics Letters, 1991

The implementation of a highly integrated experimental research prototype ATM/SONET interface that operates at the SONET OC-3 rate of 155.52 Mbit/s is reported. The prototype interface provides various features of the physical (SONET) and asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) layers of the B-ISDN protocol reference model. This type of interface could be used in applications such as workstation interfaces in a ...


Architecture and performance of HIPPI-ATM-SONET terminal adapters

IEEE Communications Magazine, 1995

The flexibility of the asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) technique to integrate diverse traffic using a single network platform, and the scalability of the synchronous optical network (SONET) to support various transmission speeds up to gigabit per second ranges, have contributed to the adoption of these standards in the future public telecommunications network. Presently, the networking of supercomputers and high performance ...


A 3.3-V power adaptive 1244/622/155 Mbit/s transceiver for ATM, SONET/SDH

IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 1998

This paper presents the implementation of a multirate 155-, 622-, or 1244-Mbit/s transceiver for ATM and SDH/SONET in a 0.5-/spl mu/m BiCMOS. The internal high-speed clock generation is based on PLL's with 1.24-GHz VCO's. The solutions presented here allow us to get rid of the external trimming of the free-running frequency of VCO. The automatic adjustment of the clock and ...


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  • Clear channel transmission of ATM/SONET and subcarrier multiplexed signals in a reconfigurable multiwavelength all-optical network testbed

    Simultaneous transmission of subcarrier multiplexed multichannel FM-video and 3-GHz binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) digital signals, co-propagated with ATM/SONET multimedia services has been demonstrated for the first time in a reconfigurable multiwavelength all-optical network testbed. The experiment was performed over 160 km of single-mode fiber and a cascade of six erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs) and five wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) cross- connects.

  • Network-level information models for integrated ATM/SONET/WDM management

    To sustain the ever growing demand for bandwidth in cost-effective, efficient and robust ways, it is anticipated that the next-generation transport network architecture will consist of several different technology layers. However, managing such multi-layered transport networks will be complicated and difficult, due to the scale of the networks and the correlation between different technology layers. Unfortunately, existing network management systems mainly manage a single technology, and management systems for different technologies may not interoperate. Therefore, to effectively manage the emerging multi-layered transport networks, an integrated network management system is urgently needed. In this paper, we describe work on integrated management of ATM/SONET/WDM networks from both information modeling's and software architecture's perspectives. We describe how the standard work on network-level information models may be used to model different transport technology layers and their inter-relationships. We will also describe how the CORBA technology may be used to realize the integrated information model so that the resulting integrated network management system is distributed and complies with TMN Logical Layered Architecture.

  • Highly integrated ATM/SONET user-network interface

    The implementation of a highly integrated experimental research prototype ATM/SONET interface that operates at the SONET OC-3 rate of 155.52 Mbit/s is reported. The prototype interface provides various features of the physical (SONET) and asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) layers of the B-ISDN protocol reference model. This type of interface could be used in applications such as workstation interfaces in a switched ATM local area network or for the user- network interface in a broadband public network or customer premises network.<<ETX>>

  • Architecture and performance of HIPPI-ATM-SONET terminal adapters

    The flexibility of the asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) technique to integrate diverse traffic using a single network platform, and the scalability of the synchronous optical network (SONET) to support various transmission speeds up to gigabit per second ranges, have contributed to the adoption of these standards in the future public telecommunications network. Presently, the networking of supercomputers and high performance workstations is widely based on the high performance parallel interface (HIPPI) standard. A number of efforts to allow the access of HIPPI networks to the public ATM/SONET network has resulted in different experimental Gigabit Testbeds such as CASA and Nectar. To provide the access of HIPPI-based local area networks (HIPPI-LAN) to the ATM/SONET network, HIPPI/ATM/SONET (HAS) terminal adapters could be deployed in instances where the cost of evolving the HIPPI network into a full ATM/SONET-based network is higher than that of a HAS interface. This article presents the architecture and performance of a 2.5 Gb/s HAS experimental prototype, which is a key component of the Nectar Gigabit Testbed. It identifies HAS implementation issues and presents possible solutions that can be extended to the implementation of future HAS devices. The HAS architecture is presented, as well as a discussion on flow control implications due to terminating the HIPPI protocol. The HAS performance is then shown through theoretical modeling and measured results.<<ETX>>

  • A 3.3-V power adaptive 1244/622/155 Mbit/s transceiver for ATM, SONET/SDH

    This paper presents the implementation of a multirate 155-, 622-, or 1244-Mbit/s transceiver for ATM and SDH/SONET in a 0.5-/spl mu/m BiCMOS. The internal high-speed clock generation is based on PLL's with 1.24-GHz VCO's. The solutions presented here allow us to get rid of the external trimming of the free-running frequency of VCO. The automatic adjustment of the clock and data recovery PLL VCO free running is performed, and thus, increases the robustness of the RX function without expenses in manual trimming. The architecture of this transceiver is thought to enable the full-frequency Wafer test of the whole core by specific loop-back modes. As the same core is used for 155-Mbit/s, 622-Mbit/s, and 1.2-Gbit/s power adaptation techniques are implemented which lead to a 660-mW consumption for 155-Mbit/s operation and 1.1 W for 1.24 Gbits/s. A specific digitally programmable power adaptive ECL cell library concept is presented. Noise precautions are also described, as well as an analog HDL top-down methodology developed by SGS-Thomson Central R&D to short-down the development time and increase reusability.

  • Single-chip 4-channel 155 Mb/s CMOS LSI chip for ATM SONET/SDH framing and clock/data recovery

    To introduce asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) to mass applications, it is desirable to reduce cost and board area of ATM switches while maintaining high data speed and good jitter quality. A 4-port CMOS single chip LSI quad physical layer controller (QPLC) for 155.62 Mb/s (STS-3c) meets these requirements by integrating four receive/transmit ports, each of which has a clock recovery PLL and SONET/SDH framing functions. The clock recovery PLL uses a current-regulated constant-amplitude differential VCO for low jitter. The bit-rate at each port can be separately changed to 51.84 Mb/s (STS-1) or 25.92 Mb/s (STS-1R).

  • A 3.3V power adaptive 1244/622/155 Mb/s transceiver for ATM, SONET/SDH

    A multi-rate 155/622/1244 Mbit/s Transceiver for ATM &amp; SDH/SONET [1] is described. It includes 3 PLLs with 1.24GHz VCOs without need for external trimming. Wafer-test of the whole core is made available. Power Adaptation from 550mW @ 155Mbit/s to 1W @ 1.24Gbit/s is achieved by use of a specific programmable ECL library. Analog HDL Top-down approach was validated to speed- up development and increase reusability.

  • A HIPPI/ATM/SONET Network Interface For The Nectar Gigabit Testbed

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  • Multiwavelength reconfigurable WDM/ATM/SONET network testbed

    This paper describes the multiwavelength reconfigurable all-optical network testbed designed and constructed as a part of the optical networks technology consortium (ONTC) phase I program with a group of working members consisting of Bellcore, Columbia University, Hughes Research Laboratories, Northern Telecom, Rockwell Science Center, Case Western Reserve University, United Technology Research Center, Uniphase Telecommunications Product, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories. The architecture of the testbed and its nodes is presented together with a description of the key component technologies. Network control and management is discussed along with applications and services.

  • Application of the ATM-SONET to new attack submarine (NSSN) radar subsystems

    This paper contains the design and experimental results of a TRW prototype development that integrated commercially available technology to interconnect a legacy radar subsystem with a commercial display system over an asynchronous transport mode (ATM) SONET network. The network provided an experimental local area network (LAN) infrastructure for the new attack submarine (NSSN) combat system. The network and the legacy radar subsystem interconnection were shown at the 1995 NSSN Open System Critical Item Test (OSCIT) demonstration in Newport, Rhode Island (September 1995). The TRW prototype included network protocol conversion, radar video compression/decompression, and radar digital scan conversion to a digital display. The experimental results, comprised of a series of radar screen photographs show no discernible differences between the direct interconnect to the legacy radar display and the interconnect over the LAN infrastructure to the commercial radar display.



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