Michael Scheutzow

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(NG) PONs (í µí±–) provide increased data rates, split ratios, wavelengths counts, and fiber lengths, as well as (í µí±–í µí±–) allow for all-optical integration of access and metro networks. In this paper we provide a comprehensive probabilistic analysis of the capacity (maximum mean packet throughput) and packet delay of subnetworks that can be used to(More)
Passive optical networks (PONs) are currently evolving into next-generation PONs (NG-PONs) which aim at achieving higher data rates, wavelength channel counts, number of optical network units (ONUs), and extended coverage than their conventional counterparts. Due to the increased number of stages and ONUs, NG-PONs face significant challenges to provide the(More)
—Due to the geographic distribution of its subscribers, Ethernet Passive Optical Networks (EPONs) have typically varying propagation delays between the Optical Network Units (ONUs) and the Optical Line Terminal (OLT). In this paper, we consider EPONs with an offline scheduling framework, which enables Quality-of-Service mechanisms by collecting bandwidth(More)
—Packet-switched unidirectional and bidirectional ring wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) networks with destination stripping provide an increased capacity due to spatial wavelength reuse. Besides unicast traffic, future destination stripping ring WDM networks also need to support multicast traffic efficiently. This article examines the largest(More)
—Research on multicasting in single-hop wavelength-division-multiplexing (WDM) networks has so far focused on networks based on the passive star coupler (PSC), a broadcast device. It has been shown that the multicasting performance is improved by partitioning multicast transmissions into multiple multicast copies. However, the channel bottleneck of the PSC,(More)
— Metro WDM networks play an important role in the emerging Internet hierarchy; they interconnect the backbone WDM networks and the local access networks. The current SONET/SDH–over–WDM–ring metro networks are expected to become a serious bottleneck — the so–called metro gap — as they are faced with an increasing amount of bursty data traffic and quickly(More)
— In this paper we examine the relationship between the effective capacity (stability limit) of unidirectional and bidirectional packet-switched wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) ring networks for multicast traffic. We consider both bidirectional rings with one packet copy transmission per wavelength channel and two packet copy transmissions. We first(More)