Presentation 1999/10/29
Ultra High-speed Networking Experiment: Current Status and Future Challenges
Hisao Uose,
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Abstract(in English) NTT has been conducting a joint research project with Communications Research Laboratory and National Astronomical Observatory since June 1995. The purpose is to establish technologies for very high-speed communications and to explore the effectiveness of those networking technologies for advanced scientific research. For the time being, ultra-high sensitivity radio telescope and realtime crustal movement measurement, both utilizing VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometer) and Gigabit-class networking technology, are being tested. This paper reports the current status of the project together with the future research plan aiming for higher sensitivities and more versatile observations by adopting advanced networking functions.
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Keyword(in English) High-speed Network / ATM / Realtime VLBI / Radio Astronomy
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Title (in English) Ultra High-speed Networking Experiment: Current Status and Future Challenges
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Keyword(1) High-speed Network
Keyword(2) ATM
Keyword(3) Realtime VLBI
Keyword(4) Radio Astronomy
1st Author's Name Hisao Uose
1st Author's Affiliation NTT Information Sharing Platform Laboratories:NACSIS()
Date 1999/10/29
Paper # IN99-68
Volume (vol) vol.99
Number (no) 405
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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