High-throughput, self-routing, optical switch for photonic slot routing

M.I. Macias, J.P. Turkiewicz, J.J. Vegas Olmos, A.M.J. Koonen, I. Tafur Monroy

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Abstract

A high-throughput, self-routing, optical switch with low latency performance and no-contention property is proposed for the optical packet switching scheme known as photonic slot routing. The proposed switch, based on a modified Data Vortex structure, eliminates the need to pre-arrange the photonic slot transmission in a non-blocking manner, thus increasing the network bandwidth. Electro-absorption modulator technology is experimentally shown to be a promising solution for implementing compact and fastspeed operation Data Vortex switches.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLondon Communications Symposium 2003
Place of PublicationUniversity College London
PublisherCommunications Engineering Doctorate Centre
Pages249-253
ISBN (Print)0-0538863-2-6
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Eventconference; LCS 2003, University College London; 2003-09-08; 2003-09-09 -
Duration: 8 Sep 20039 Sep 2003

Conference

Conferenceconference; LCS 2003, University College London; 2003-09-08; 2003-09-09
Period8/09/039/09/03
OtherLCS 2003, University College London

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