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Demonstration of multicasting capability in a 100-Gb/s OTDM switched interconnect

Deng, Kung Li and Runser, Robert J. and Glesk, Ivan and Prucnal, Paul R. (1999) Demonstration of multicasting capability in a 100-Gb/s OTDM switched interconnect. In: LEOS '99. IEEE, Piscataway, NJ, United States, pp. 591-592. ISBN 0780356349

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Abstract

A 100 Gb/s optical time division multiplexing interconnect based on a broadcast star architecture logically equivalent to a fully connected crossbar but uses only N switching elements is described. This single-hop, broadcast-and-select architecture offers single cycle channel access latency by employing a fast time slot tuner only in the transmitter of each node. As a router, it scales gracefully and offers 1 Tb/s aggregate bandwidth and support over 1000 nodes. The capability of the interconnect is extended to provide full multicasting functionality to a rich subset of network nodes.