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In order to analyze MPLS (multiprotocol label switching) network hardware reliability, the method of semi-Markov systems phase enlargement is used.
Elaboration results of adjustable magnetorheologic gradient lenses based on Y/sub 3/Fe/sub 5/O/sub 12/ powder are presented. Magnetorheologic lenses permit to change its focus radius by means of… (More)
Results of YBa/sub 2/Cu/sub 3/O/sub 7/ tunable acoustic-electronic cryotron elaboration are presented. The specific switching time depends on surface acoustic wave (SAW) frequency, number of contacts… (More)
Development of the method of analysis of MPLS (multiprotocol label switching) networks on the basis of the semi-Markov apparatus in respect to guaranteed QoS (quality of service) real time traffic… (More)
Proposed in this paper is the algorithm for elements minimizing in NGN communication networks.
Summary form only given. The present paper concerns the estimation of the cost of transmitting one kbps of information between two serviced intensifying or regeneration points (SIP or SRP). Different… (More)
Described in this paper are different reception homodyne schemes for coherent FOTSI interference immunity increase. Coherent FOTSI immunity depends on the optical oscillator shot noise and laser… (More)
The results of a convolver on tunable acoustic-electronic cryotron elaboration are presented. The performances and parameters of a convolver depend on the frequency surface acoustic waves (SAW),… (More)
Presented in this paper are the results of design of fiber-optical gauge, using sectioned bimagnetostrictive coating applied on fiber. Its core consists of magnetic and rheological liquid on the… (More)
An acoustic-electronic cryotron of high velocity based upon YBa/sub 2/Cu/sub 3/O/sub 7/ superconductor operated by acoustic surface wave (ASW) provides for automatic switchover time period with a… (More)