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Conference Paper: THESEUS - a terabit hybrid electronics-optical self-routing architecture for large ATM switches

TitleTHESEUS - a terabit hybrid electronics-optical self-routing architecture for large ATM switches
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Issue Date1995
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Leos Summer Topical Meeting, 1995, p. 2pp How to Cite?
AbstractTHESEUS (Terabit Hybrid Opto-Electronics Self-routing Ultrafast Switch) is proposed as a switching architecture that combines and merges electronics with optical technology. It is a self-routing wavelength-division/microwave subcarriers multiplexed ATM switch for lightwave networks. It has potential to be extended to a 1000×1000 system without internal blocking. Among the advantages of the hybrid implementation are flexibility in service upgrade, relaxed tolerances on optical filtering, potentially low-cost components and protocol simplification. For a smaller system, subcarrier multiplexing can be used to solve destination contention. The calculation shows that the group assignment is better in terms of throughput and packet delay.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/155031
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dc.contributor.authorXin, Wen_US
dc.contributor.authorZhang, Zen_US
dc.contributor.authorYang, ESen_US
dc.date.accessioned2012-08-08T08:31:34Z-
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dc.identifier.citationLeos Summer Topical Meeting, 1995, p. 2ppen_US
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dc.description.abstractTHESEUS (Terabit Hybrid Opto-Electronics Self-routing Ultrafast Switch) is proposed as a switching architecture that combines and merges electronics with optical technology. It is a self-routing wavelength-division/microwave subcarriers multiplexed ATM switch for lightwave networks. It has potential to be extended to a 1000×1000 system without internal blocking. Among the advantages of the hybrid implementation are flexibility in service upgrade, relaxed tolerances on optical filtering, potentially low-cost components and protocol simplification. For a smaller system, subcarrier multiplexing can be used to solve destination contention. The calculation shows that the group assignment is better in terms of throughput and packet delay.en_US
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