Optical Networks: A Practical Perspective (Google eBook)

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Morgan Kaufmann, Nov 27, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 928 pages
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The third edition of Optical Networks continues to be the authoritative source for information on optical networking technologies and techniques. Componentry and transmission are discussed in detail with emphasis on practical networking issues that affect organizations as they evaluate, deploy, or develop optical networks. New updates in this rapidly changing technology are introduced. These updates include sections on pluggable optical transceivers, ROADM (reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexer), and electronic dispersion compensation. Current standards updates such as G.709 OTN, as well as, those for GPON, EPON, and BPON are featured. Expanded discussions on multimode fiber with additional sections on photonic crystal and plastic fibers, as well as expanded coverage of Ethernet and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).

This book clearly explains all the hard-to-find information on architecture, control and management. It serves as your guide at every step of optical networking-- from planning to implementation through ongoing maintenance. This book is your key to thoroughly understanding practical optical networks.



  • In-depth coverage of optimization, design, and management of the components and transmission of optical networks.
  • Filled with examples, figures, and problem sets to aid in development of dependable, speedy networks.
  • Focuses on practical, networking-specific issues: everything you need to know to implement currently available optical solutions.
  

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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction to Optical Networks
1
Technology
45
Networks
367
Appendix A Acronyms
747
Appendix B Symbols and Parameters
757
Appendix C Standards
761
Appendix D Wave Equations
765
Appendix E Pulse Propagation in Optical Fiber
769
Appendix F Nonlinear Polarization
779
Appendix G Multilayer ThinFilm Filters
781
Appendix H Random Variables and Processes
789
Appendix I Receiver Noise Statistics
795
Appendix J Asynchronous Transfer Mode
801
Bibliography
809
Index
845
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Rajiv Ramaswami leads a group planning and designing photonic switching products at Nortel Networks. He has worked on optical networks since 1988, from early research to product development that includes stints at IBM Research, Tellabs, and Xros (now part of Nortel). He is an IEEE Fellow and a recipient of the IEEE W. R. G. Baker and W. R. Bennett prize paper awards, as well as an Outstanding Innovation award from IBM. Rajiv received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California at Berkeley.Kumar N. Sivarajan is cofounder and chief technology officer at Tejas Networks, an optical networking start-up in Bangalore, India. He has worked on optical, wireless, ATM, and Internet networking technologies for over a decade, first at IBM Research and then at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He is a recipient of the IEEE W. R. G. Baker and W. R. Bennett prize paper awards. Kumar received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology.

Rajiv Ramaswami leads a group planning and designing photonic switching products at Nortel Networks. He has worked on optical networks since 1988, from early research to product development that includes stints at IBM Research, Tellabs, and Xros (now part of Nortel). He is an IEEE Fellow and a recipient of the IEEE W. R. G. Baker and W. R. Bennett prize paper awards, as well as an Outstanding Innovation award from IBM. Rajiv received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California at Berkeley.Kumar N. Sivarajan is cofounder and chief technology officer at Tejas Networks, an optical networking start-up in Bangalore, India. He has worked on optical, wireless, ATM, and Internet networking technologies for over a decade, first at IBM Research and then at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He is a recipient of the IEEE W. R. G. Baker and W. R. Bennett prize paper awards. Kumar received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology.

Rajiv Ramaswami leads a group planning and designing photonic switching products at Nortel Networks. He has worked on optical networks since 1988, from early research to product development that includes stints at IBM Research, Tellabs, and Xros (now part of Nortel). He is an IEEE Fellow and a recipient of the IEEE W. R. G. Baker and W. R. Bennett prize paper awards, as well as an Outstanding Innovation award from IBM. Rajiv received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California at Berkeley.Kumar N. Sivarajan is cofounder and chief technology officer at Tejas Networks, an optical networking start-up in Bangalore, India. He has worked on optical, wireless, ATM, and Internet networking technologies for over a decade, first at IBM Research and then at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He is a recipient of the IEEE W. R. G. Baker and W. R. Bennett prize paper awards. Kumar received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the California Institute of Technology.

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