In this paper an all optical packet switching network is considered to provide transparent transport of information. To this end the evaluation of the end-to-end packet delay is performed by means of analytical tools. Bounds are proposed for the maximum packet delay and calculated by means of a simple additive formula that can be used for approximate end-to-end delay evaluation. Packetization and multiplexing delay at the access interface and queuing delay inside the nodes are considered as contributions to the whole packet delay. The obtained results shown that time transparency can be reached within suitable network design.
Photonic Network Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 19, 2004
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