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Wavelength routing for all-optical networks

Author: Richard A Barry; Pierre A Humblet; Center for Intelligent Control Systems (U.S.)
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Center for Intelligent Control Systems, M.I.T., [1994]
Series: Technical report (Center for Intelligent Control Systems), CICS-P-407.
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Abstract: "We consider passive all-optical networks using wavelength division multiplexing and wavelength routing, i.e. the path of a signal is determined by the wavelength of the signal and the signal origin. We present upper and lower bounds on the required number of wavelengths to achieve a given blocking probability. Specifically we show that between [formula] and O[square root of pM] wavelengths are required to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard A Barry; Pierre A Humblet; Center for Intelligent Control Systems (U.S.)
OCLC Number: 31747035
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"February 1994."
Description: 11 p. ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Technical report (Center for Intelligent Control Systems), CICS-P-407.
Responsibility: R.A. Barry, P.A. Humblet.

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Abstract: "We consider passive all-optical networks using wavelength division multiplexing and wavelength routing, i.e. the path of a signal is determined by the wavelength of the signal and the signal origin. We present upper and lower bounds on the required number of wavelengths to achieve a given blocking probability. Specifically we show that between [formula] and O[square root of pM] wavelengths are required to support pM active session requests in a network with M users and blocking probability P[subscript b]. The lower bound holds for all networks with passive wavelength routing and fixed wavelength changing devices. The upper bound is a passive construction without wavelength changers."

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