Dimensioning of optical multicast for dynamic wdm convergent access networks

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This paper presents a teletraffic study that evaluates the benefits of a passive optical access network, fix/mobile, by multiplexing wavelength division (WDM-PON) in which it is appreciated the impact of including extra wavelengths channels for the transmission of multicast services versus the multicast transport service using replicated unicast connections. The conclusion is that under heavy bulk-data traffic, the nominal data rate and tolerated efficiency are defined by the maximum number of out-ofprofile users permitted for every multicast solution. Specifically, for the high values of efficiency the channels of extra wavelength avoid the need of multicast wavelengths used only when there is a fraction (significantly small) of out-of-profile users (5%).

Translated title of the contributionDimensioning of optical multicast for dynamic wdm convergent access networks
LanguageSpanish
Pages175-181
Number of pages7
JournalIngeniare
Volume23
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Dimensionado de multicast óptico para redes WDM de acceso dinámicas convergentes. / Leguizamón, Gustavo Puerto; Caro, Miguel Sastoque; Fajardo, Carlos Suárez.

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