OPTICAL WAVELENGTH CONVERTERS IN FIBER OPTICAL NETWORKS

  • A. J. UTRERAS TELLO Escuela Politécnica Nacional
  • G. L. LICENKO Vinnitsia National Technical University
  • V. H. REYES CIFUENTES Escuela Politécnica Nacional
  • R. I. MENA VILLACIS Escuela Politécnica Nacional
  • E. S. JARAMILLO PINOS Escuela Politécnica Nacional

Анотація

Optical Networks often use a wavelength converter as part of a switching system to improve their networks. Wavelength conversion is defined as a process by which the wavelength of the transmitted signal is changed without altering the data carried by the signal. The device that performs this function is usually called a wavelength converter but it is also referred to as a wavelength (or frequency) changer, shifter or translator. It is termed an up-converter when the converted signal wavelength is longer than the original signal wavelength and it is called a down-converter if the converted signal wavelength is shorter than the original signal wavelength. A wavelength converter should be capable of receiving an incoming signal at any wavelength (i.e. a variable wavelength) at the input port and must produce the converted signal at a particular wavelength (i.e. a fixed wavelength) at the output port. Therefore the input/output (I/O) ports of the converter must possess the capability of a variable input–fixed output (VIFO) converter and the majority of the optical switching networks use this type of device

Біографії авторів

A. J. UTRERAS TELLO, Escuela Politécnica Nacional

Full Time Professor

G. L. LICENKO, Vinnitsia National Technical University

Full Time Professor

V. H. REYES CIFUENTES, Escuela Politécnica Nacional

Full Time Professor

R. I. MENA VILLACIS, Escuela Politécnica Nacional

Full Time Professor

E. S. JARAMILLO PINOS, Escuela Politécnica Nacional

Full Time Professor

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Опубліковано
2018-08-20
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A. UTRERAS TELLO, G. LICENKO, V. REYES CIFUENTES, R. MENA VILLACIS, і E. JARAMILLO PINOS, OPTICAL WAVELENGTH CONVERTERS IN FIBER OPTICAL NETWORKS, ОЕІЕТ, vol 34, № 2, Сер 2018.
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Волоконно-оптичні технології в інформаційних (internet, intranet тощо) та енергетичних мережах