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15 January 1990 Optical Performance Models for FDDI Links
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A loss budget model to predict optical performance of Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) type networks in the premises distribution environment has been developed. This model tailors existing statistical loss budget models to the FDDI standard. It is expected that as FDDI becomes popular, fiber based distribution systems will become common. When designing a fiber distribution system it is important to understand the constraints placed on link performance by the cable plant. To determine these constraints, the model is examined numerically using a large range of initial conditions. The total link length is used as the dependent variable. This set of initial conditions corresponds to an ensemble of possible link configurations. These link configurations are studied in the context of the premises distribution environment. The model is extended to include the use of optical bypass switches. Laboratory measurement data is presented to verify the accuracy of the bypass switch model. The extended model, including the bypass switch, is examined numerically for a similar set of initial conditions. These constraints are applied to the use of bypass switches in wiring closets, between floors, and at the work location. Distance limitations are determined for FDDI links utilizing optical bypass switches.
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Robert M. Kimball "Optical Performance Models for FDDI Links", Proc. SPIE 1179, Fiber Networking and Telecommunications, (15 January 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.963412
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