All-Optical SDH/Sonet Self-Healing Ring with WDM
The ring topology has been considered as cost-effective survivable architecture since its bandwith sharing among nodes of network and higher survivability compare to conventional survivable topology structures, so it has a comprehensive applications in high-capacity optical communication network in which survivability is one of the main considerations for network planning.
KeywordsWavelength Division Multiplex Power Budget Power Splitting Lightwave Technology Wavelength Division Multiplex Network
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