Peter M. Krummrich

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A novel constraint-based routing (CBR) algorithm taking into account the dominant linear and nonlinear fiber optical transmission impairments has been analyzed. It is shown that CBR and intelligent regenerator placement decrease the blocking probability significantly. 1. Introduction In future transparent optical transmission systems automatic wavelength(More)
An energy efficiency comparison of conventional path protection schemes for fixed-grid WDM and flexible-grid OFDM-based networks has been carried out. The survivable elastic network with SP scheme was found to offer the best energy efficiency per GHz at any traffic load value. Introduction Telecommunications operators are continuously exploring new(More)
—Currently, the need for " greener " telecommuni-cation networks is stimulating research efforts to find new solutions to cope with power consumption and sustainability issues. Exploiting the potential of optical Wavelength Division Multiplexed (WDM) networks for this purpose has been identified as an attractive approach. However, the traditional WDM(More)
Keywords: Cost evaluation Elastic optical networks Energy efficiency Flexible-grid networks Flexible rate transponders Optical OFDM Protection schemes Routing and wavelength assignment Routing Modulation level and spectrum allocation a b s t r a c t The ever-increasing Internet traffic demand introduces new challenges for telecommunications carriers.(More)
— We have compared the total cost of an innovative elastic network with respect to the conventional WDM ones operating in realistic network scenarios. The results give an insight of the cost benefits that can be obtained with an elastic OFDM-based network for the operation of future optical transport networks with different protection schemes.
We propose a novel online physical-layer impairment-aware routing algorithm taking into account a minimum quality of transmission (QoT) constraint, which must be satisfied in all cases, even if the network load is changing, and new channels are activated. Our online constraint-based routing (CBR) algorithm considers the actual network load to get a more(More)
—We show that spectral inversion can be employed for regeneration to reduce the effect of phase noise (Gordon–Mollenauer phase noise) in a nonreturn-to-zero differential phase-shift-keying based transmission system. Several locations of the spectral inverter in an eight-span transmission link have been investigated. We show that the best results are(More)
  • S. L. Jansen, D. van den Borne, C. Climent, M. Serbay, C.-J. Weiske, H. Suche +10 others
  • 2005
Using optical phase conjugation with a polarization independent periodically-poled lithium-niobate subsystem, we demonstrate dense WDM 2x10Gbit/s RZ-DQPSK transmission over 10,200km of SSMF with a record accumulated dispersion, exceeding 80,000ps/nm.
Employing optical phase conjugation with a polarization-diversity periodically-poled lithium-niobate subsystem, we experimentally demonstrate 42.8-Gbit/s RZ-DQPSK DWDM transmission with 0.8-bit/s/Hz spectral efficiency over 4,500 km of SSMF without inline dispersion compensation. Introduction Enhancing spectral efficiency (SE) is a suitable method to(More)
The performance of DWDM 2x10.7Gbit/s-DQPSK is assessed comparing mid-link optical phase conjugation (OPC) and DCF for dispersion compensation. We report a 44%-increase in transmission distance resulting from nonlinear phase noise reduction by using mid-link OPC. Introduction Mid-link optical phase conjugation (OPC) is an attractive method for replacing(More)