Fiber Parameters Required To Design an Optical System Different Fiber Types SMF Standard DCF Highest Negative DCF DCF for Broadband Applications Non Zero Dispersion Shifted Fiber with Large Effective Area (+D NZDSF) Non Zero, Negative Dispersion Fiber for Metropolitan Network (-D NZDSF) Conclusion
Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) remains the prevailing technology for adding flexibility and
functionality to today’s optical networks. By transmitting signals at different wavelengths through the
same fiber, WDMs can multiply transmission capacity, improve testing, and transmit voice services
over video. Value-Added Module (VAM) systems equipped with WDM technology are used in a
variety of applications to reduce operational expenses and increase revenue opportunities.
East Isle Technologies Inc., Setauket, NY 11733, USA
Abstract—In this paper, we consider cost-effective designs of wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) optical switching networks for current and future generation communication systems. Based on different target applications: we categorize WDM optical switching networks into two connection models: the wavelength-based model and the ﬁberlink-based model. Most of existing WDM optical switching networks belong to the ﬁrst category.
WDM LAN Optical Backbone Networks and Standards for Aerospace Applications
FiberFest 2009 Symposium – May 11, 2009 Sarry Habiby Telcordia firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the results reported here pertain to a program sponsored by: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Advanced Technology Office (ATO) RONIA Program: WDM Networks in Avionics Platform ARPA Order No.