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Presentation 2010-03-08 13:30
An Optical Packet Switch based on Parametric Wavelength Converters
Nattapong Kitsuwan (Univ. of Electro-comm.), Roberto Rojas-Cessa (New Jersey Inst. of Tech.), Motoharu Matsuura, Eiji Oki (Univ. of Electro-comm.) PN2009-91
Abstract (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
(in English) In an optical packet switch (OPS), input fibers carry multiple wavelengths, which carry packets to one or more output fibers. As several wavelengths from different inputs could be destined to the same output fiber, one wavelength can be connected and the others remain disconnected, losing the carried packets. Because of the multiple wavelengths available at an output fiber, wavelength conversion in the OPS of the unconnected wavelengths into those available can increase the number of connections. A parametric wavelength converter (PWC) provides multi-channel wavelength conversion where wavelengths can be converted to another. A PWC uses a pump wavelength that can be flexibly chosen to define which wavelengths can be converted, defining the so-called wavelength conversion pairs. However, it is unknown which set of pump wavelengths, and therefore the set of connection pairs, should be selected to improve the OPS performance while minimizing the number of PWCs in the OPS. Therefore, this paper proposes a pump wavelength selection policy for an OPS that uses different pump wavelengths, one for each PWC, within an arbitrarily selected interval. This policy is called variety rich (VR) policy. This paper also introduces a non-wavelength blocking OPS (NWB-OPS) to make full use of PWCs. The switch performance is evaluated through computer simulation. The results show that the proposed policy with different pump wavelengths achieves the highest performance when compared to another of similar complexity. Furthermore, the performance study shows that small sizes of the interval to select a pump wavelength are more beneficial than larger ones.
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(in English) Optical packet switching / Parametric wavelength converter / Pump wavelength / / / / /  
Reference Info. IEICE Tech. Rep., vol. 109, no. 455, PN2009-91, pp. 31-36, March 2010.
Paper # PN2009-91 
Date of Issue 2010-03-01 (PN) 
ISSN Print edition: ISSN 0913-5685  Online edition: ISSN 2432-6380
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Conference Date 2010-03-08 - 2010-03-09 
Place (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Place (in English) Ohama Nobumoto Memorial Hall 
Topics (in Japanese) (See Japanese page) 
Topics (in English) Photonic network technologies 
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Conference Code 2010-03-PN 
Language English (Japanese title is available) 
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Title (in English) An Optical Packet Switch based on Parametric Wavelength Converters 
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Keyword(1) Optical packet switching  
Keyword(2) Parametric wavelength converter  
Keyword(3) Pump wavelength  
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1st Author's Name Nattapong Kitsuwan  
1st Author's Affiliation The University of Electro-communications (Univ. of Electro-comm.)
2nd Author's Name Roberto Rojas-Cessa  
2nd Author's Affiliation New Jersey Institute of Technology (New Jersey Inst. of Tech.)
3rd Author's Name Motoharu Matsuura  
3rd Author's Affiliation The University of Electro-communications (Univ. of Electro-comm.)
4th Author's Name Eiji Oki  
4th Author's Affiliation The University of Electro-communications (Univ. of Electro-comm.)
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Date Time 2010-03-08 13:30:00 
Presentation Time 25 
Registration for PN 
Paper # IEICE-PN2009-91 
Volume (vol) IEICE-109 
Number (no) no.455 
Page pp.31-36 
#Pages IEICE-6 
Date of Issue IEICE-PN-2010-03-01 


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