Abstract

Contention resolution of labeled optical packets is demonstrated utilizing two packaged optical buffers. Forwarding and buffering decisions are autonomously determined for 40 Gb/s payloads from 10 Gb/s labels with greater than 99.9% packet recovery demonstrated.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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