Photonic Network Communications
ISSN (printed): 1387-974X. ISSN (electronic): 1572-8188.
The primary goal of this new journal is to publish high-quality peer-reviewed papers focussing on research activities major achievements and trends involving all-optical communication networks. The is the only journal that focuses primarily on photonic networks and it will report results on all relevant topics related to these networks. Photonic Network Communications : Topics of interest include: Network and System Technologies Transport access and customer premises networks; Local regional and global networks; Transoceanic and undersea networks; Optical transparent networks; WDM HWDM and OTDM networks; Wavelength routed networks; Soliton-based networks; Optical packet-switched networks; Passive optical networks PONs; High-performance optical LANs infrared LANs; Subcarrier and code-division-multiplexed networks; Photonic networks in space Network and System Architectures Network architectures and topologies; Architecture and design of network nodes; Optical crossconnects and add/drop multiplexers; Design and architecture of interconnection networks; Waveguide and free-space interconnection networks; Optical interfaces and optical terminals; Universal photonic infrastructures Network Control Network access protocols; Optical quality-of-service admission control; Signaling and connection set-up protocols; Routing and wavelength assignment algorithms; Network reconfiguration and restoration techniques; Photonic-based end-to-end communication protocols; Network and traffic control Network Design Planning and Operation System and network performance modeling; Scalability cascadability upgradeability; Network operation maintenance and management; Measurement monitoring and supervision techniques; Network planning and design; Field trials and experiments; Techno-economic comparisons; Standardization Interworking with Other Networks Cascaded heterogeneous photonic networks; Interoperability and interworking with other networks; Integration with IP ATM and SDH networks; Integration with mobile communication networks; Integration with control supervision and TV networks Applications Designed for an All-Optical Infrastructure IP over WDM; Photonic by-passing; Applications fully employing photonic infrastructures.
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