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THE OPTICAL PULSE COMPRESSION / EXPANSION TECHNIQUE AND THE STRUCTURES OF THE OCTDM RING 2

@inproceedings{Gokyu2001THEOP,
  title={THE OPTICAL PULSE COMPRESSION / EXPANSION TECHNIQUE AND THE STRUCTURES OF THE OCTDM RING 2},
  author={Kazuhiro Gokyu and Ken-ichi Baba and M. Murata},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper, we propose path accommodation methods for unidirectional rings based on an optical compression TDM (OCTDM) technology. We first derive a theoretical lower bound on the numbers of slots and frames, in order to allocate all paths among nodes. Three path accommodation algorithms for the all–optical access are next proposed to achieve the lower bound as close as possible. Path splitting is next considered to improve the traffic accommodation. Finally, we analyze the packet delay time… CONTINUE READING

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