A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Optikai hálózatok
Last updated: 2013. április 26.
Electrical Engineering, MSc
Markosz Maliosz, PhD
Basics in telecommunications and computer networks.
A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.
A kötelező előtanulmányi rendek grafikus formában itt láthatók.
There is no such requirement / subject.No credit points are given for students who have credit points from the "Optical communications and optical networks" MSc elective subject.
transmission system and components I
Types and characteristics. Optical
active and passive components: transmitters, modulators, optical receivers,
multiplexers. Modulation and coding.
Signal / noise
ratio, error rate, Q-factor.
transmission system and components II.
telecommunications network architecture, components, physical parameters. Power
balance, dispersion, noise, optical amplifier chains, attenuation and
dispersion-limited systems. Optical interference
networks architecture and network elements
(Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing), CWDM (Coarse WDM) devices and architecture,
Building networks with OADM (Optical Add-Drop Multiplexer), ROADM
(Reconfigurable OADM), OXC (Optical Cross Connect), MROADM (Multi-degree ROADM),
Evolution of optical
Optical Network techniques: OBS (Optical Burst Switching), OPS (Optical Packet
Switching). Pure optical networks and components: OTDM (Optical Time Domain
Multiplexing), 3R regeneration (Optical signal retiming, reshaping, and
reamplifying), wavelength conversion. Design,
operating and service provisioning challenges.
Optical Access Networks and Systems I
and passive optical network systems. GPON
(Gigabit Passive Optical Network) operating principle, network elements,
physical archtecture, network topologies, comparison with competing
Optical Access Networks and Systems II
bandwidth management, support for broadband services. Network
Design considerations: dimensioning principles, GPON network protection. Further evolution areas:
10GPON, WDM PON.
techniques, measurement information processing, measurement and monitoring
solutions to the provided services
(Optical Time Domain Reflectometer), dispersion, noise measurements. Measurable
parameters of the optical and electrical layers. Usage
of the measured parameters in different network architectures, for ensuring
quality of services guarantees.
technologies, transport network architectures, multi-layer networks I
/ SDH (Synchronous Optical Networking / Synchronous Digital Hierarchy), MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching), ngSDH / SONET (next generation SDH / SONET), OTN (Optical Transport Network)
technologies, transport network architectures, multi-layer networks II.
(Generalized MPLS), dynamically switched optical networks, ASON (Automatically
Switched Optical Network), routing, multiplexing, grooming
technologies, transport network architectures, multi-layer networks III.
role of management and control plane, GMPLS protocol suite, neighbor discovery,
routing, signaling, resource management, RWA (Routing and Wavelength
management, different error protection schemes, dedicated and shared protection
solutions, protection methods in meshed and ring topology networks.
provider’s environment, trends
services, categories. Hungarian
and international environment, development of optical backbone networks,
operators and service provider relations, national and regional providers,
economic aspects of network provisioning
(Capital Expenditures), OPEX (Operational Expenditures), cost modeling. Network
operation and network management processes, costs. Effects of the introduction of GMPLS.
Two hours of classroom lecture weekly and two hours of classroom practice every two weeks.The
lectures are complemented by practical case studies and design examples on
Failed or missed mid-term exam can be repeated once in the supplemental period.
On demand consultation after the lessons, or by appointment.
G. P. Agrawal: Lightwave
Technology: Telecommunications Systems, Wiley-Interscience, 2005, ISBN-13: 978-0471215721
G. Bernstein, B. Rajagopalan and
D. Saha, Optical Network Control: Architecture, Protocols, and Standards, Addison-Wesley Professional, 2003, ISBN-13:
· Slides of the lectures.
Markosz Maliosz, PhD