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Survivability Techniques in Optical Networks

Author Name : K V S S S S Sairam and Chandra Singh

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  • Publisher : Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 13 : 978-93-85046-38-4
  • Page no : 184 + xii
  • Publication Year : 2019
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With the continuous advancement in technology data communication at higher data rates have become the need for the present and future technology. The data can be highly sensitive and loss of such data can hamper the communication which can cause huge loss to data, time and revenue. Thus survivability plays a very crucial role in optical networks. It is the ability of the optical network to overcome failure by pre-reservation of resources or by finding available resources after link failure has occurred Since optical network survivability is narrow area were till there lot of research w.r.t. to survivability to take place. In this area there are very few expertise are available. We will explain the concept of survivability with photonics networks with simple examples so that everyone try to understand and implements the same. It is having lot of scope in upcoming broadway Technologies. Detailed Information about Chapters While the work focused on optical networks, the methods developed are not network specific and can be applied to many types of networks employing a variety of transmission and switching technologies They are: 1. Develop models of optical-broadband access networks and trunk networks based on projected traffic growth. 2. Evaluate the impact of emerging technologies on network architecture design. 3. Develop routing algorithms for optical layered networks. 4. Investigates protection/restoration coordination schemes in the optical layer, i.e. physical layer topology. 5. Investigate the potential for packet switching procedures and burst switching in optical networks, i.e. Logical Layer Topology. The Performance and Evaluation of Optical networks take into consideration the factors like trade-off between routing traffic at the optical layer, creating dedicated light paths in order to maximize the traffic carried and the availability of spare capacity
Table of Content About the Author –Preface –Acknowledgement –1. Introduction –1.1 Overview –1.2 The Significance of Considering Survivability –1.3 Service Survivability Planning –1.4 Survivability Design Concepts –1.4.1 Traffic Restoration –1.4.2 Facility Restoration –1.5 Survivable Network Architecture for Restoration –1.5.1 Protection Switching –1.6 Dual Homing –1.7 Path Rearrangement –1.7.1 Self-Healing Ring –1.8. Optical Networks –1.9 Analysis of Survivability Performance in Optical –Networks1.10 Scope and Plan of The Book –2. Fiber Network Survivability Planning and Design –2.2 Physical Layer Topology Considerations –2.3 Fiber Demand Distribution –2.3.1 Flop [Fiber Least Optimal Path] Algorithm –2.4 Numerical Results –2.5 Discussions –3. Protection and Restoration Mechanism –3.1 Introduction –3.2 Survivability Protection Switching System (Spss) –3.3 Fiber Network Protection and Restoration –Mechanism [Fnprm]3.4 Numerical Results –3.5 Discussions –4. Network Bundling (Switching Anrouting Techniques) –4.1 Introduction –4.2 Fiber Network Assortment Using Ds3 –4.3 Numerical Results –4.4 Discussions –5. Fiber Optic Network Integration Techniques –5.1 Introduction –5.2.1 Network Growth Assumptions –5.2.2 Multi-Period Architectural Selection and Capacity –5.3 Numerical Results –5.4 Disussions –6. Logical Layer Implementation –6.1 Introduction –6.2 Optical Network Architecture Analysis –6.2.1 Packet Delivery vs. Maximum Speed –6.2.2 Packet Delivery vs. Number of Nodes –6.3 Self-Coordinating Localizaed Fair Queueing in –Optical Networks6.4 Design –6.4.1 Fairness and Throughput in the Basic Channel –6.4.2 Implementation of the Local Fairness Model –6.5 Numerical Results –6.6 Discussions –7. Optical Network Elements, Services and Applications –7.1 Intelligent Optical Networks –7.1.1 First Generation Optical Network –7.1.2 Second Generation Optical Network –7.1.3 Third Generation Intelligent Optical Network –7.2 Optical Network Elements –7.2.1 Wavelength Division Multiplexing –7.2.2 Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing –7.3 Key Components of Intelligent Optical Network –7.3.1 High Speed Optical Switch –8. Conclusion and Future Scope –References –Appendix A –Appendix B –Acronyms –Biography –Subject Index –
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Title Survivability Techniques in Optical Networks
Author's Name K V S S S S Sairam and Chandra Singh
Publisher Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd
Page No. 184 + xii
Year Of Publication 2019
ISBN 10 No
ISBN 13 978-93-85046-38-4
Book size width -
book size(hei) -
Edition 1st
Book Size(len) No
Binding type Hard bound
About The Book With the continuous advancement in technology data communication at higher data rates have become the need for the present and future technology. The data can be highly sensitive and loss of such data can hamper the communication which can cause huge loss to data, time and revenue.Thus survivability plays a very crucial role in optical networks. It is the ability of the optical network to overcome failure by pre-reservation of resources or by finding available resources after link failure hasoccurred Since optical network survivability is narrow area were till there lot of research w.r.t. to survivability to take place. In this area there are very few expertise are available. We will explain the concept of survivability with photonics networks with simple examples so that everyone try to understand and implements the same. It is having lot of scope in upcoming broadway Technologies. Detailed Information about Chapters: While the work focused on optical networks, the methods developed are not network specific and can be applied to many types of networks employing a variety of transmission and switching technologies They are: 1. Develop models of optical-broadband access networks and trunk networks based on projected traffic growth. 2. Evaluate the impact of emerging technologies on network architecture design. 3. Develop routing algorithms for optical layered networks.4. Investigates protection/restoration coordination schemes in the optical layer, i.e. physical layer topology. 5. Investigate the potential for packet switching procedures and burst switching in optical networks, i.e. Logical Layer Topology. The Performance and Evaluation of Optical networks take into consideration the factors like trade-off between routing traffic at the optical layer, creating dedicated light paths in order to maximize the traffic carried and the availability of spare capacity

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