Asymmetric WDM All-Optical Packet Switched Routers

@inproceedings{Castaiibn2004AsymmetricWA,
  title={Asymmetric WDM All-Optical Packet Switched Routers},
  author={Gerardo Castaiibn and Lubo Tancevski and S. Yegnanarayanan},
  year={2004}
}
One of the major problems on the design of all-optical packet switching routers is to reduce the number of components and the number of components a signal has to traverse without affecting the teletraffic performance of a network. The number of components in a router is imposed by the degree of blocking probability desired. Blocking occurs when two or more competing packets at the input of a router desire the same output. Buffering, deflection routing, wavelength translation and link… CONTINUE READING

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