Architectural tradeoffs for reconfigurable dense wavelength-division multiplexing systems

@article{Basch2006ArchitecturalTF,
  title={Architectural tradeoffs for reconfigurable dense wavelength-division multiplexing systems},
  author={E. B. Basch and Roman Egorov and Steven Gringeri and Stuart Elby},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics},
  year={2006},
  volume={12},
  pages={615-626}
}
Advances in optical technology now allow practical reconfigurable wavelength networks to be constructed. These networks use wavelength-switching components to dynamically route wavelengths, and provide a level of flexibility and scalability previously not possible. Other components such as low-noise optical amplifiers, electronic dispersion compensators, and advanced modulation techniques simplify system operation, increase capacity, and extend reach. From an application perspective, the… CONTINUE READING
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