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John R. Vacca

Optical Networking Best Practices Handbook

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Optical Networking Best Practices Handbook presents optical networking in a very comprehensive way for nonengineers needing to understand the fundamentals of fiber, hi


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Foreword xxi
Preface xxiii
Acknowledgments xxix
Optical Networking Fundamentals
1(32)
Fiber Optics: A Brief History in Time
1(6)
The Twentieth Century of Light
2(4)
Real World Applications
6(1)
Today and Beyond
7(1)
Distributed IP Routing
7(7)
Models: Interaction Between Optical Components and IP
8(1)
Overlay Model
8(1)
Augmented/Integrated Model
9(1)
Peer Model
9(1)
Lightpath Routing Solution
9(1)
What Is an IGP?
10(1)
The Picture: How Does MPLS Fit?
10(1)
OSPF Enhancements/IS-IS
10(1)
Link Type
10(1)
Link Resource/Link Media Type (LMT)
11(1)
Local Interface IP Address and Link ID
11(1)
Traffic Engineering Metric and Remote Interface IP Address
11(1)
TLV Path Sub
11(1)
TLV Shared Risk Link Group
12(1)
IP Links, Control Channels, and Data Channels
12(1)
Excluding Data Traffic From Control Channels
12(1)
Adjacencies Forwarding
12(1)
Connectivity Two Way
13(1)
LSAs of the Optical Kind
13(1)
Unsolved Problems
13(1)
Scalable Communications: Integrated Optical Networks
14(5)
The Optical Networks
14(1)
The Access Network
15(1)
Management and Service
15(1)
The Operations Support System
16(1)
Next-Generation IP and Optical Integrated Network
16(1)
IP and Optical Integrated Network Migration
16(3)
Lightpath Establishment and Protection in Optical Networks
19(6)
Reliable Optical Networks: Managing Logical Topology
21(1)
The Initial Phase
21(1)
The Incremental Phase
22(1)
The Readjustment Phase
23(1)
Dimensioning Incremental Capacity
23(1)
Primary Lightpath: Routing and Wavelength Assignment
24(1)
Reconfiguring the Backup Lightpaths: Optimization Formulation
24(1)
Optical Network Design Using Computational Intelligence Techniques
25(1)
Distributed Optical Frame Synchronized Ring (doFSR)
26(3)
Future Plans
28(1)
Prototypes
28(1)
Summary and Conclusions
29(4)
Differentiated Reliability in Multilayer Optical Networks
29(2)
The Demands of Today
31(2)
Types of Optical Networking Technology
33(45)
Use of Digital Signal Processing
36(4)
DSP in Optical Component Control
36(1)
Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier Control
37(1)
Microelectromechanical System Control
37(1)
Thermoelectric Cooler Control
38(2)
Optical Signal Processing for Optical Packet Switching Networks
40(9)
Packet Switching in Today`s Optical Networks
41(1)
All-Optical Packet Switching Networks
42(3)
Optical Signal Processing and Optical Wavelength Conversion
45(1)
Asynchronous Optical Packet Switching and Label Swapping Implementations
46(2)
Sychronous OTDM
48(1)
Next-Generation Optical Networks as a Value Creation Platform
49(12)
Real Challenges in the Telecom Industry
54(1)
Changes in Network Roles
54(2)
The Next-Generation Optical Network
56(2)
Technological Challenges
58(1)
Technological Innovations in Devices, Components, and Subsystems
58(1)
Technological Innovations in Transmission Technologies
58(1)
Technological Innovations in Node Technologies
59(1)
Technological Innovations in Networking Software
60(1)
Optical Network Research in the IST Program
61(10)
The Focus on Broadband Infrastructure
62(2)
Results and Exploitation of Optical Network Technology Research and Development Activities in the EU Framework Programs of the RACE Program (1988--1995)
64(1)
The Acts Program (1995--1999)
65(1)
The Fifth Framework Program: The IST Program 1999--2002
66(1)
IST Fp5 Optical Networking Projects
66(1)
The Lion Project: Layers Interworking in Optical Networks
67(1)
Giant Project: GigaPON Access Network
68(1)
The David Project: Data and Voice Integration Over WDM
68(1)
WINMAN Project: WDM and IP Network Management
68(1)
Optical Network Research Objectives in the Sixth Framework Program (2002--2009)
69(1)
Strategic Objective: Broadband for All
69(1)
Research Networking Testbeds
70(1)
Optical, Optoelectronic, and Photonic Functional Components
70(1)
Calls for Proposals and Future Trends
71(1)
Optical Networking in Optical Computing
71(5)
Cost Slows New Adoptions
73(1)
Bandwidth Drives Applications
73(1)
Creating a Hybrid Computer
74(1)
Computing with Photons
75(1)
Summary and Conclusions
76(2)
Optical Transmitters
78(17)
Long-Wavelength VCSELs
81(8)
1.3-μm Vcsels
82(2)
GaInNAs-Active Region
84(1)
GaInNAsSb Active Region
84(1)
InGaAs Quantum Dots--Active Region
84(1)
GaAsSb-Active Region
85(1)
Wavelength Emission
85(1)
Dielectric Mirror
85(1)
AlGaAsSb DBR
85(1)
InP/Air-Gap DBR
86(1)
Metamorphic DBR
86(1)
Wavelength-Tunable 1.55-μm VCSELs
87(1)
Other Tunable Diode Lasers
88(1)
Application Requirements
88(1)
Point-To-Point Links
89(1)
Wavelength-Division Multiplexed Applications
89(1)
Multiwavelength Lasers
89(5)
Mode-locking
90(2)
WDM Channel Generation
92(1)
Comb Flattening
93(1)
Myriad Applications
93(1)
Summary and Conclusions
94(1)
Types of Optical Fiber
95(13)
Strands and Processes of Fiber Optics
95(1)
The Fiber-Optic Cable Modes
95(2)
The Single Mode
96(1)
The Multimode
96(1)
Optical Fiber Types
97(1)
Fiber Optics Glass
97(1)
Plastic Optical Fiber
97(1)
Fiber Optics: Fluid-Filled
97(1)
Types of Cable Families
97(1)
The Multimodes: OM1 and OM2
98(1)
Multimode: OM3
98(1)
Single Mode: VCSEL
98(1)
Extending Performance
98(2)
Regeneration
98(1)
Regeneration: Multiplexing
98(1)
Regeneration: Fiber Amplifiers
99(1)
Dispersion
99(1)
Dispersion: New Technology---Graded Index
99(1)
Pulse-Rate Signals
99(1)
Wavelength Division Multiplexing
99(1)
Care, Productivity, and Choices
100(1)
Handle with Care
100(1)
Utilization of Different Types of Connectors
100(1)
Speed and Bandwidth
100(1)
Advantages over Copper
101(1)
Choices Based on Need: Cost and Bandwidth
101(1)
Understanding Types of Optical Fiber
101(5)
Multimode Fiber
103(1)
Multimode Step-Index Fiber
103(1)
Multimode Graded-Index Fiber
104(1)
Single-Mode Fiber
105(1)
Summary and Conclusions
106(2)
Carriers` Networks
108(29)
The Carriers` Photonic Future
108(3)
Carriers` Optical Networking Revolution
111(18)
Passive Optical Networks Evolution
112(1)
APONs
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