Fault-tolerant architecture with dynamic wavelength and bandwidth allocation scheme in WDM-EPON

Fault-tolerant architecture with dynamic wavelength and bandwidth allocation scheme in WDM-EPON This study proposes a novel cost-based fault-tolerant WDM-EPON (CFT-WDM-EPON) to provide overall protection. It only equips a backup feeder fiber to recover the system failure. Additionally, a prediction-based fair wavelength and bandwidth allocation (PFWBA) scheme is proposed to enhance the differentiated services for WDM-EPON based on dynamic wavelength allocation (DWA) and prediction-based fair excessive bandwidth reallocation (PFEBR) from our previous work. PFEBR involves an early-DBA mechanism, which improves prediction accuracy by delaying report messages of unstable traffic optical network units (ONUs), and assigns linear estimation credit to predict the arrival of traffic during waiting time. DWA can operate in coordination with an unstable degree list to allocate the available time of wavelength precisely. Simulation results show that the proposed PFWBA scheme outperforms WDM IPACT-ST and DWBA3 in terms of packet delay, jitter performance, throughput, wasted bandwidth, gain ratio of bandwidth, and packet loss. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Photonic Network Communications Springer Journals

Fault-tolerant architecture with dynamic wavelength and bandwidth allocation scheme in WDM-EPON

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Publisher
Springer US
Copyright
Copyright © 2008 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
Subject
Computer Science; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Electrical Engineering; Computer Communication Networks
ISSN
1387-974X
eISSN
1572-8188
D.O.I.
10.1007/s11107-008-0180-8
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Abstract

This study proposes a novel cost-based fault-tolerant WDM-EPON (CFT-WDM-EPON) to provide overall protection. It only equips a backup feeder fiber to recover the system failure. Additionally, a prediction-based fair wavelength and bandwidth allocation (PFWBA) scheme is proposed to enhance the differentiated services for WDM-EPON based on dynamic wavelength allocation (DWA) and prediction-based fair excessive bandwidth reallocation (PFEBR) from our previous work. PFEBR involves an early-DBA mechanism, which improves prediction accuracy by delaying report messages of unstable traffic optical network units (ONUs), and assigns linear estimation credit to predict the arrival of traffic during waiting time. DWA can operate in coordination with an unstable degree list to allocate the available time of wavelength precisely. Simulation results show that the proposed PFWBA scheme outperforms WDM IPACT-ST and DWBA3 in terms of packet delay, jitter performance, throughput, wasted bandwidth, gain ratio of bandwidth, and packet loss.

Journal

Photonic Network CommunicationsSpringer Journals

Published: Dec 20, 2008

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