New multichannel Ethernet protocol for passive optical star local area networks using coherent transmission

@inproceedings{Rodellar1998NewME,
  title={New multichannel Ethernet protocol for passive optical star local area networks using coherent transmission},
  author={Daniel Rodellar and C. Bungarzeanu and H. Garcia and Caroline Brisson and Alain K{\"u}ng and Philippe Robert},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={1998}
}
A new optical local area network that combines dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) techniques and coherent transmission benefits is presented. A new multichannel protocol is specified based on Ethernet, using WDM to carry multiple channels on a single fiber. The protocol is simulated to evaluate the performance under congestion conditions and to compare it with other protocols having the same total capacity. Some suggestions are made for congestion control in high-capacity networks and… 

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