15 January 1990 Synchronous Frequency Encoding Technique For B-LSDN Circuit Emulation
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Abstract
A new synchronization method called Synchronous Frequency Encoding Technique (SFET) is introduced. SFET can be used to recover the source clock frequency when an isochronous service is emulated on an ATM network. By taking advantage of the synchronization of the network, SFET recovers the source clock frequency almost instantaneously. Simulation shows that the recovered clock is independent of the network cell jitter and has jitter performance comparable to that of the present network.
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Richard Lau, Richard Lau, } "Synchronous Frequency Encoding Technique For B-LSDN Circuit Emulation", Proc. SPIE 1179, Fiber Networking and Telecommunications, (15 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.963403; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.963403
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