M. Thachayani

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Optical Burst Switching (OBS) network proposed as future optical internet is capable of carrying bursty traffic and adapting to the present technological constraints. Since the OBS network is buffer-less in nature, contention resolution using deflection technique received much attention. Deflection routing can work with limited optical buffering or even no(More)
DQOBSR (Distributed Queue Optical Burst Switched Ring) is a medium access protocol for wavelength division multiplexing based optical burst switched metro ring network. It is a slotted, distributed queue access protocol with fixed bus structure and simple wavelength assignment. The protocol provides zero blocking with acceptable access delays. However, the(More)
Optical Burst Switching (OBS) network is emerging as a promising technology for next generation optical internet due to its suitability to carry bursty traffic, adapting to the technological constraints of all optical networks. A significant issue for next-generation networks is the ability to support a wide range of services for different types of(More)
The optical burst switching (OBS) based metro network is proposed to bridge the 'metro gap' between high performance core and LAN (local area network). Many media access protocols (MAC) have been suggested in literature for OBS based ring networks. This paper proposes a new MAC protocol for wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) based OBS metro ring(More)
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