A novel architecture of optical code label routing is designed based on optical code division multiplexing techniques, which performs the data packet forwarding and processing in parallel with a way of making the label and payload encoded and decoded separately. It uses optical polarity characteristics to realize the separation of the label and payload, employs fiber Bragg grating to encode/decode the label and payload so as to process them in parallel, and makes the forwarding and routing process realized in the optical domain. In the core router, the separation of the label and payload guarantees that the switch processing only includes the short label code recognition, without processing the payload. The payload recognition is carried out in the edge router. Thus, the router can simplify the processing of encoding and decoding in the core router, accelerating the switching, and increase the throughput greatly. Moreover, the novel routing scheme not only supports the varying of data packets, transparent transmission, fine granularity switching, and so on, but also is suitable for the aggregation of data service. It is attractive for the future development of all optical routing.
Photonic Network Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 10, 2011
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