TITLE

OXADM Asymmetrical Optical Device: Extending the Application to FTTH System

AUTHOR(S)
Ab-Rahman, Mohammad Syuhaimi; Zan, Mohd. Saiful Dzulkefly; Yusof, Mohd Taufiq Mohd
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
International Journal of Computer & Information Science & Engine;2008, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
With the drastically growth in optical communication technology, a lossless, low-crosstalk and multifunction optical switch is most desirable for large-scale photonic network. To realize such a switch, we have introduced the new architecture of optical switch that embedded many functions on single device. The asymmetrical architecture of OXADM consists of 3 parts; selective port, add/drop operation, and path routing. Selective port permits only the interest wavelength pass through and acts as a filter. While add and drop function can be implemented in second part of OXADM architecture. The signals can then be re-routed to any output port or/and perform an accumulation function which multiplex all signals onto single path and then exit to any interest output port. This will be done by path routing operation. The unique features offered by OXADM has extended its application to Fiber to-the Home Technology (FTTH), here the OXADM is used as a wavelength management element in Optical Line Terminal (OLT). Each port is assigned specifically with the operating wavelengths and with the dynamic routing management to ensure no traffic combustion occurs in OLT.
ACCESSION #
36007324

 

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