Ethernet Passive Optical Networks

Hardcover | March 22, 2005

byGlen Kramer

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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO EPON Written by one of the authors of the IEEE802.3ah standard, this is the first book to fully explain the EPON architecture, analyze its performance, and annotate the standard. Clearly addressing efficiency, performance, and implementation issues, Ethernet Passive Optical Networksprovides valuable, annotated insights into all engineering-critical EPON topics, including: PON enabling technologies Point-to-point emulation Multi-point control protocol Error correction Performance analysis Discovery optimizations Quality of service in EPON Fairness vs. efficiency There is no more expert or complete guide to understanding the performance and architectural complexities of EPON than Ethernet Passive Optical Networks. Inside Ethernet Passive Optical Networks: Part I: Overview of Access Network Architectures * Introduction * Overview of PON Enabling Technologies * Access Network Architectures Based on TDMA PON * Emergence of Ethernet PON Part II: EPON Architecture *EPON Overview * Logical Topology Emulation * Laser Control Function * Multi-Point Control Protocol: A Formal Specification * Forward Error Correction Part III: System-Level Issues * EPON Encryption Mechanism * Path Protection in EPON Part IV: EPON Performance Baseline Efficiency * Discovery Slot Allocation * EPON with Static Slot Assignment * EPON with Dynamic Slot Assignment * Support for Differentiated Classes of Service * Objectives of EPON Scheduling Algorithm * Cousin-Fair Hierarchical Scheduling in EPON * Conclusion

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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO EPON Written by one of the authors of the IEEE802.3ah standard, this is the first book to fully explain the EPON architecture, analyze its performance, and annotate the standard. Clearly addressing efficiency, performance, and implementation issues, Ethernet Passive Optical Networksprovides valuable, annotated i...

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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO EPONWritten by one of the authors of the IEEE802.3ah standard, this is the first book to fully explain the EPON architecture, analyze its performance, and annotate the standard. Clearly addressing efficiency, performance, and implementation issues, Ethernet Passive Optical Networks provides valuable, annotated i...

Glen Kramer, Ph.D., is a system architect for Teknovus, Inc., and an associate researcher at the University of California, Davis. He is a member of IEEE Standards Association and past editor of the EPON protocol clause in the IEEE 802.3ah "Ethernet in the First Mile" standard. One of the lead authors of the multi-point control protocol...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:307 pages, 9.1 × 5.9 × 1.11 inPublished:March 22, 2005Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071445625

ISBN - 13:9780071445627

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Table of Contents

PREFACE

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Part 1: Overview of Access Network Architectures

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Overview of PON Enabling Technologies

Chapter 3: Access Network Architectures Based on TDMA PON

Chapter 4: Emergence of Ethernet PON

Part 2: EPON Architecture

Chapter 5: EPON Overview

Chapter 6: Logical Topology Emulation

Chapter 7: Laser Control Function

Chapter 8: Multi-Point Control Protocol: A Formal Specification

Chapter 9: Forward Error Correction

Part 3: System-Level Issues

Chapter 10: EPON Encryption

Chapter 11: Path Protection in EPON

Part 4: EPON Performance

Chapter 12: Baseline Efficiency

Chapter 13: Discovery Slot Allocation

Chapter 14: EPON with Static Slot Assignment

Chapter 15: EPON with Dynamic Slot Assignment

Chapter 16: Support for Differential Classes of Service

Chapter 17: Objectives of EPON Scheduling Algorithm

Chapter 18: Cousin-Fair Hierarchical Scheduling in EPON

Chapter 19: Conclusion

APPENDIX A: CHARACTERISTICS OF NETWORK TRAFFIC

APPENDIX B: SYNTHETIC TRAFFIC GENERATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX