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Energy-Efficient Traffic Grooming in 5G C-RAN Enabled Flexible Bandwidth Optical Networks

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Abstract

An energy-efficient grooming approach (EEGA) is proposed to save power consumption. For comparison, an existing energy-efficient approach without grooming (EEEA) is introduced. Simulation results show that EEGA reduces power consumption compared to EEEA.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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