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Optical Layer-2 switch network based on WDM/TDM nano-sec wavelength switching

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Abstract

It is necessary for metro networks to become more energy-saving and efficient for traffic from access networks. We propose an Optical Layer-2 switch network based on WDM/TDM rings, achieve the dynamic bandwidth allocation and ADD/DROP with no buffer/header by changing wavelength in nsec according to allocated timeslots.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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