Highlighting on multiplex restoration scheme in Optical Cross Add and Drop Multiplexer (OXADM)

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Abstract

Multiplexing protection offered by the OXADM has increased the network survivability in ring optical network. This can be implemented using the excellence features that embedded in OXADM function which is ACCUMULATION. 'Accumulation' enable all signals come from the input ports are multiplexed and exit in one output port. The OXADM node focuses on providing functionally such as transport, multiplexing, routing, supervision, terminating and survivability in optical layer with ring and mesh topologies. OXADM provide survivability through restoration against failures by means of multiplex protection for BPSR configuration. Restoration schemes in OXADM node are more reliable and more efficient compare to conventional OADM and OXC device due to internally routing mechanisms and no 'drop and re-add function' is needed to route the signal to alternative path or processed the signals in both electronic and optical domain as practice in conventional nodes today such as OADM and ROADM. No difference in output power and BER as compare to pass through signal as indicated by the simulation result. The network has undergone performance test experimentally at 2.5 Gbit/s (OC-48) with BER less than 10-9. Using analytical modeling, there is decrement is about 0.15 dB per % associated with the distance between two nodes under multiplexing restoration scheme activation.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)205-208
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Optical Communications
Volume29
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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