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Time and Memory Complexity of Next-Generation Passive Optical Networks in NS-3

HORVÁTH, T. MÜNSTER, P. OUJEZSKÝ, V. HOLÍK, M. CYMOREK, P.

Originální název

Time and Memory Complexity of Next-Generation Passive Optical Networks in NS-3

Anglický název

Time and Memory Complexity of Next-Generation Passive Optical Networks in NS-3

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Passive optical networks (PONs) offer a high network capacity and densified coverage at the cost of high capital expenditure. That fact is why operators use a shared infrastructure with one fiber for more customers in a split ratio. Deploying a passive optical network requires capital, but the operators can use a simulation tool to verify the physical layer parameters. The higher layers are less relevant for operators than for researchers. In this paper, we provide a basic simulation topology with downstream and upstream services. In real networks, the services control optical line termination (OLT), but in a simulation, it requires a router after optical line termination. We demonstrate a comparison of the time and memory complexity for low-rate services in 10G passive optical networks with different split ratios in Network Simulator3 (NS-3).

Anglický abstrakt

Passive optical networks (PONs) offer a high network capacity and densified coverage at the cost of high capital expenditure. That fact is why operators use a shared infrastructure with one fiber for more customers in a split ratio. Deploying a passive optical network requires capital, but the operators can use a simulation tool to verify the physical layer parameters. The higher layers are less relevant for operators than for researchers. In this paper, we provide a basic simulation topology with downstream and upstream services. In real networks, the services control optical line termination (OLT), but in a simulation, it requires a router after optical line termination. We demonstrate a comparison of the time and memory complexity for low-rate services in 10G passive optical networks with different split ratios in Network Simulator3 (NS-3).

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@inproceedings{BUT158478,
  author="Tomáš {Horváth} and Petr {Münster} and Václav {Oujezský} and Martin {Holík} and Patrik {Cymorek}",
  title="Time and Memory Complexity of Next-Generation Passive Optical Networks in NS-3",
  annote="Passive optical networks (PONs) offer a high network capacity and densified coverage at the cost of high capital expenditure. That fact is why operators use a shared infrastructure with one fiber for more customers in a split ratio. Deploying a passive optical network requires capital, but the  operators can use a simulation tool to verify the physical layer parameters. The higher layers are less relevant for operators than for researchers. In this paper, we provide a basic simulation topology with downstream and upstream services. In real networks, the services control optical line termination (OLT), but in a simulation, it requires a router after optical line termination. We demonstrate a comparison of the time and memory complexity for low-rate services in 10G passive optical networks with different split ratios in Network Simulator3 (NS-3).",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="8th International Conference on Fiber Optics in Access Networks (FOAN) 2019",
  chapter="158478",
  doi="10.1109/FOAN.2019.8933749",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2019",
  month="september",
  pages="68--71",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}