5 December 2005 More services, less fiber: The commercial and network architecture impact of a black-link approach to the sharing of optical fiber infrastructure for the deployment of triple play services
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Proceedings Volume 6022, Network Architectures, Management, and Applications III; 60220C (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.636872
Event: Asia-Pacific Optical Communications, 2005, Shanghai, China
Abstract
An innovative optical infrastructure sharing solution for triple play services is described. A "black-link" type of architecture is proposed. We outline the commercial and architectural benefits delivered by this new model. We also present experimental results that demonstrate how wavelength translation (WT) can be used to upgrade existing optical fiber communication systems through improvements in the system dispersion or attenuation tolerances by using dense wavelength division (DWDM) and corase wavelength division multiplexing (CWDM) SFPs.
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Ahmad Atieh, Ahmad Atieh, Pablo Perez, Pablo Perez, Robin Andrew, Robin Andrew, Fahim Sheikh, Fahim Sheikh, } "More services, less fiber: The commercial and network architecture impact of a black-link approach to the sharing of optical fiber infrastructure for the deployment of triple play services", Proc. SPIE 6022, Network Architectures, Management, and Applications III, 60220C (5 December 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.636872; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.636872
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