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How To Create Large Scale OXCs/ROADMs For Future Networks

Ken-ichi Sato
Published 2014 · Engineering

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The future transport bottleneck lies in the transport node systems and hence node technology needs to be advanced. The situation will be more prominent in metro than core networks, since the former has the greater traffic increase. Optical nodes for metro networks have different requirements from those of core networks. This presentation investigates them and summarizes recent technology advances in the development of large-scale, flexible, and cost-effective OXCs/ROADMs.
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