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Impact of the DPSK-OCDM modulation system on optical packet switching performance

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3 Author(s)
Vincenzo Eramo ; DIET, University of Rome “Sapienza” - 00184 Rome, Italy ; Marco Listanti ; Antonio Cianfrani

The performance of a Differential-Phase-Shift-Keying Optical Code-Division Multiplexing(DPSK-OCDM) system with balanced detection is investigated in the case in which Gold codes are used. Allowing more optical codes to be supported, the performance in Packet Loss Probability of a DPSK-OCDM Optical Packet Switch, using both code and wavelength domains to solve output packet contentions, may be increased. In the proposed case study the increase is of two orders of magnitude when the offered traffic is 0.7.

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2012 14th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON)

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2-5 July 2012