Proceedings PaperSpace invariant free space interconnects using mirror and corner-cube arrays
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An interconnection network has three elementary functions: fan-out, shift and fan-in. Signals from input nodes are first split into several interconnections and are then shifted and routed to destination nodes. Interconnections from several input nodes are then combined onto a detector. In an optical free space system, these basic functions can be accomplished by multiple imaging.