Optical networking

@article{AlSalameh1998OpticalN,
  title={Optical networking},
  author={Daniel Yousef Al-Salameh and Mohammad Taghi Fatehi and William Joseph Gartner and Stan Lumish and Bruce L. Nelson and Kamal Kumar Raychaudhuri},
  journal={Bell Labs Technical Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={3},
  pages={39-61}
}
Optical networking, as embodied by dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) and optical amplification, has revolutionized long-distance transport and has resulted in capacity expansion, cost reduction, and operations simplification. Extension to more wavelengths, emergence of reconfigurable wavelength add/drop and other optical network elements (NEs), as well as cost reduction of optical amplifiers and laser devices, are pushing the revolution into the local and metropolitan networks… CONTINUE READING

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