Intended as an undergraduate/post graduate level textbook for courses on high speed optical networks as well as computer networks. Nine chapters cover basic principles of the technology and different devices for optical networks, as well as processing of integrated waveguide devices of optical networks using different technologies. It provides students, researchers and practicing engineers with an expert guide to the fundamental concepts, issues and state of the art developments in optical networks. Includes examples throughout all the chapters of the book to aid understanding of basic problems and solutions.
Table of Contents
Volume 1: Fundamentals of Optical Networks and Components. 1. Introductory Concept. 2. Different Optical Network Node Architectures and Their Components. 3. Different Devices for Optical Networks. 4. Processing of Integrated Waveguide Devices of Optical Network Using Different Technologies. 5. Data Link Control for Optical Networks. 6. Data Communication Networks Having No Optical Transmission. 7. Fiber Optic Network Without WDM. 8. Single-Hop and Multi-Hop WDM Optical Network. 9. Optical Access Architecture. Volume 2: Advances in Optical Networks and Components. 10. Optical ring metropolitan Area Network. 11. Queuing system and Interconnection with other networks. 12. Routing and Wavelength Assignment. 13. Virtual-Topology. 14. Wavelength Conversion in WDM network. 15. Traffic grooming in optical network. 16. Survivability of Optical Networks. 17. Restoration schemes in survivability of optical network. 18. Network reliability and security. 19. FTTH Standards, Deployments and Research Issues. 20. Mathematical simulation codes of optical communication