Soliton OC-192 stretches DWDM's limits

Hearst, Susan; Saunders, Ross
June 1999
Telephony;06/07/99, Vol. 236 Issue 23, p122
Trade Publication
Focuses on the dense wave division multiplexing technology (DWDM). Increase in the number of OC-48 Sonet interfaces connected to DWDM systems; Its optical layer; Information on the coding format, Soliton; Field trial of commercial Soliton transmission product; Implementation of Soliton solution; Role played by DWDM.


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