Monday, 19 September, 2011
16:45 – 18:30
Room A

Mo.2.A • Subsystems Enabling Packet Burst Switching

Chair: Ernesto Ciaramella; Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy
 
Mo.2.A.1 • 16:45 (Invited)
OPTICAL PACKET SWITCHES
Jesse E. Simsarian1, Jurgen Gripp1, Dominique Chiaroni2, David Neilson1; 1Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA; 2Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, France.
The capacity growth of optical networks and a transition towards packet-based traffic has motivated research on optical packet switches. We review recent experiments on optical packet switches and their application to metropolitan and core networks.
 
Mo.2.A.2 • 17:15
MSA COMPATIBLE PACKAGE SIZE, DUAL-CHANNEL FAST AUTOMATIC LEVEL CONTROLLED SOA SUBSYSTEMS FOR OPTICAL PACKET AND PON SIGNALS
Yutaka Kai1, Setsuo Yoshida1, Kyosuke Sone1, Goji Nakagawa1, Susumu Kinoshita1; 1Photonics product development, Fujitsu Limited, Japan.
We developed compact dual-channel Fast Automatic Level CONtrolled (FALCON) amplifiers with 172-M cycle/s control using novel folded 1.3-μm and 1.5-μm SOA modules for optical packets and future PON applications.
 
Mo.2.A.3 • 17:30
SCALABLE OPTICAL PACKET SWITCH FOR MULTIPLE DATA-RATE PACKETS USING RF TONE BASED IN-BAND LABELING
Jun Luo1,2, Fausto Gomez-Agis1, Harm Dorren1, Nicola Calabretta1; 1COBRA Research Institute, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; 2School of Electronic Information Engineering, Tianjin University, China.
We propose a novel labeling technique for an optical packet switch based on in-band RF tones. We demonstrate error-free operation for 160 Gb/s RZ-OOK packets and 40 Gb/s NRZ/RZ-OOK packets using this new labeling technique.
 
Mo.2.A.4 • 17:45
COHERENT RECEIVER ENABLING DATA RATE ADAPTIVE OPTICAL PACKET NETWORKS
Francesco Vacondio1, Olivier Rival1, Yvan Pointurier1, Christian Simonneau1, Laurence Lorcy1, Jean-Christophe Antona1, Sebastien Bigo1; 1Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs, France.
We propose and demonstrate a rate-adaptive burst-mode coherent receiver with ultra fast convergence time. We propose the concept of data rate adaptive optical packet networks and show its network advantages in terms of queuing delay reduction.
 
Mo.2.A.5 • 18:00
BURST MODE RECEIVER FOR 112 GB/S DP-QPSK
Benn C. Thomsen1, Robert Maher1, David Millar1, Seb Savory1; 1Electronic and Electrical Engineering, UCL, United Kingdom.
We demonstrate a burst mode 112Gb/s DP-QPSK digital coherent optical receiver with parallel DSP suitable for implementation in a CMOS ASIC (437.5MHz clock speed). A convergence time of less than 100ns is reported.
 
Mo.2.A.6 • 18:15
EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON OF 32- AND 64-QAM CONSTELLATION SHAPES ON A COHERENT PDM BURST MODE CAPABLE SYSTEM
Roman Dischler1; 1Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Germany.
By introduction of an OFDM-based, data independent synchronization symbol, we implement a burst mode capable coherent transmission system. Experimental comparison of differently shaped 32-/64-QAM-constellations show a benefit up to 3 dB in OSNR-sensitivity for circular patterns.

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