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3 June 1994 Demonstration of an optically transparent ATM packet switch node
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We report on the development of a transparent optical node at 1.3 micrometers wavelength for an ATM packet switch operating at 1.24416 Gbit/s header recognition rates. The node takes advantage of the high-speed performance of optoelectronic components to alleviate potential bottlenecks resulting from optical to electrical conversion experience in nontransparent packet switching architectures. The node is intended for use in two-connected, slotted networks, is self-clocking, and has drop/add multiplexing, buffering, and routing capabilities.
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Raymond K. Boncek, Paul R. Prucnal, Alberto Bononi, Jason P. Sokoloff, John L. Stacy, Harold F. Bare, and Eric Donkor "Demonstration of an optically transparent ATM packet switch node", Proc. SPIE 2216, Photonics at the Air Force Photonics Center, (3 June 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177322
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