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OATM/WDM Optical Access Network Using Header Decoder-Based Router for Next-Generation Communications
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 Title & Authors
OATM/WDM Optical Access Network Using Header Decoder-Based Router for Next-Generation Communications
Park, Kihwan;
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 Abstract
We demonstrate an optical asynchronous transfer mode/wavelength division multiplexing (OATM/WDM) optical access network, using a router based on an optical header decoder to conduct next-generation communications. The router consists of a decoder or hardware analysis processing of the header bit and switches. The router in the OATM/WDM optical access network is a key technology by which to satisfy subscribers’ requests, including reliability, cost efficiency, high speed, large-capacity transmission, and elevated information security. In this study, we carry out experiments in which a header decoder delivers to 16 and 32 subscribers with a single wavelength in the router. These experiments confirm the decoder’s successful operation via hardware using 4 and 5 header bits. We propose that this system may significantly contribute toward the realization of an optical access network that provides high-quality service to subscribers of next-generation communications.
 Keywords
Header decoder;Time slot;Router;Planar lightwave circuit;Delay line;
 Language
English
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