We perform the dimensioning of a set of realistic optical networks with and without knowledge of the network topology. Results are compared regarding transmission systems and bandwidth management costs, and the average error is calculated. We found that the lack of information about the network topology does not penalize substantially the accuracy of the results.
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We present the cost impact of establishing new links in mesh optical networks. The analysis is based on an analytical study for quickly calculate the transmission and bandwidth management systems costs. Results show that each network has a mean nodal degree that minimizes the total cost.
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We present a model to estimate the CAPEX for PON technology. We begin by identifying the key components of the PON technology and from that a CAPEX model is obtained. Using the present model the CAPEX can be estimated without complete information of the network.
Evolving Internet (INTERNET), 2010 Second International Conference on; 10/2010
[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: We present a model to estimate the Capital Expendi- ture (CAPEX) for passive optical network (PON) technology. We begin by identifying the key components of the PON technology and from that a CAPEX model is obtained. We then present single and cascaded splitter schemes, and their influence on the CAPEX. Index Terms—Cost-model, PON , CAPEX . I. INTRODUCTION
Proceedings of EUROCON 2011, International Conference on Computer as a Tool, 27-29 April 2011, Lisbon, Portugal; 01/2011
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