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Author Kartalopoulos, Stamatios V.

Title DWDM : networks, devices, and technology / Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos.

Published Piscataway, N.J. : IEEE Press ; Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley-Interscience, [2003]
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Physical description xxvi, 487 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Physics of Optical Components 1 -- 1.2. Nature of Light 3 -- 1.3. Optical Materials 13 -- 1.4. Light Meets Matter 15 -- 1.5. Fiber as an Optical Transmission Medium 41 -- 1.6. Nonlinear Phenomena 75 -- 1.7. Solitons 80 -- 1.8. Summary of Nonlinear Phenomena 82 -- 1.9. Factors that Affect Matter and Light 82 -- 1.10. Regarding Optical Fiber 83 -- 1.11. Fiber Connectivity 86 -- 1.12. Optical PWBs 87 -- Standards 91 -- 2 Optical Components 93 -- 2.2. Optical Filters 96 -- 2.3. Optical Directional Couplers 125 -- 2.4. Optical Power Attenuators 128 -- 2.5. Polarizers and Rotators 129 -- 2.6. Beam Splitters 129 -- 2.7. Optical Isolators and Circulators 130 -- 2.8. Quarter-Wavelength and Half-Wavelength Plates 132 -- 2.9. Optical Multiplexers and Demultiplexers 132 -- 2.10. Optical Cross-Connects 135 -- 2.11. Optical Add-Drop Multiplexers 145 -- 2.12. Optical Equalizers 147 -- 2.13. Light Sources 149 -- 2.14. Laser Beams 166 -- 2.15. Modulators 171 -- 2.16. Photodetectors and Receivers 178 -- 2.17. Optical Amplifiers 183 -- 2.18. Wavelength Converters 208 -- 2.19. Optical Phase-Locked Loops 210 -- 2.20. Ring Resonators 211 -- 2.21. Optical Attenuators 212 -- 2.22. Optical Signal-to-Noise Ratio 212 -- 2.23. New Materials and Components 219 -- Standards 233 -- 3 Communications Fundamentals 235 -- 3.2. Pulse Coded Modulation 236 -- 3.3. Loop Accessing Methods 237 -- 3.4. Time Division Multiplexing Systems 244 -- 3.5. Getting Connected 254 -- 3.6. Data Systems 255 -- 3.7. SONET and SDH 270 -- 3.8. Internet 282 -- 3.9. Optical Networks 287 -- 3.10. What Is a DWDM System and Network? 288 -- Standards 292 -- 4 DWDM Systems 294 -- 4.2. DWDM Network Topologies-Review 295 -- 4.3. DWDM Systems and Network Layers 299 -- 4.4. Key Building Blocks of a DWDM System 303 -- 4.5. Wavelength Management Strategy 339 -- 4.6. Equipment Sensing Strategy 345 -- 4.7. Fault Detection and Reporting Strategy 346 -- 4.8. Power Strategy 353 -- 4.9. DWDM Systems by Network Layer 354 -- 4.10. Protected and Unprotected Systems 368 -- 4.11. Engineering DWDM Systems 370 -- Standards 384 -- 5 DWDM Networks 388 -- 5.2. Optical Transport Network 394 -- 5.3. DWDM Network Topologies and Restoration Strategies 397 -- 5.4. Dispersion Management 410 -- 5.5. Bandwidth Management 411 -- 5.6. Fiber Span Between Transmitter and Receiver 415 -- 5.7. Fault Management 416 -- 5.8. Network Security 417 -- 5.9. DWDM Network Issues 417 -- 5.10. Wireless DWDM Networks 421 -- Standards 425 -- 6 Emerging Technologies 428 -- 6.2. Emerging Technologies 428 -- 6.3. Current Research 434 -- Standards 437.
Subject Wavelength division multiplexing.
Optical communications.
Multiplexing.
ISBN 0471269050