Traffic control in coherence-multiplexed networks


Blokpoel, Robbin J. and Meijerink, Arjan and Etten, Wim van (2005) Traffic control in coherence-multiplexed networks. In: 12th Annual Symposium on Communications and Vehicular Technology in the Benelux, IEEE/CVT 2005, 3 November 2005, Enschede, the Netherlands.

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Abstract:Coherence multiplexing (CM) is a relatively unknown form of optical CDMA, which is particulary suitable in medium bit rate, short-range optical networks like LANs. The main purpose of the technique is to allow multiple users to transmit through a common optical fiber simultaneously. When this number is too large, however, the BER will become unacceptably high. Therefore a protocol is needed to control the traffic. In this paper several protocols are presented. An adapted version of synchronous TDMA, two new protocols and a central control unit will be proposed and discussed. Finally, the protocols will be compared with respect to performance and practical implementation aspects.
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