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13 February 2016 Lossless photonic switched networks for metro-access
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We evaluate through computer simulation the performance of Photonic switching OPS/OBS networks of various sizes and configurations, based on a lossless (amplified) photonic switching node experimentally demonstrated previously. The great advantage of photonic switching is transparency to signal rate and format. Thus we propose a basic flexible network, with low-energy consumption and high-efficiency. In simulations traffic load is varied and network parameters such as, average number of hops (ANH), network latency (delay) and packet loss fraction are evaluated. Consistent results for the various configurations are presented, analyzed and discussed; and Interesting conclusions emerge.
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Yara Martins, F. Rudge Barbosa, Indaya Bertoldi, and E. Moschim "Lossless photonic switched networks for metro-access", Proc. SPIE 9773, Optical Metro Networks and Short-Haul Systems VIII, 97730C (13 February 2016); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2211175
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