Quantifying the Benefit of Wavelength-Add / Drop in WDM Rings with Distance-Independent and Dependent Traffic

@inproceedings{SimmonsQuantifyingTB,
  title={Quantifying the Benefit of Wavelength-Add / Drop in WDM Rings with Distance-Independent and Dependent Traffic},
  author={Jane M. Simmons and Evan L. Goldstein and Adel A. M. Saleh}
}
— One drawback to deploying WDM SONET rings is the potentially large amount of equipment necessary for their deployment. Wavelength-add/drop multiplexers potentially reduce the amount of required SONET terminal equipment by allowing individual wavelengths to optically bypass a node rather than being electronically terminated. We have quantified the maximum terminal-equipment savings attainable using wavelength-add/drop for rings carrying uniform traffic and rings carrying distance-dependent… CONTINUE READING
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