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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 1975

Local and Metropolitan Area Networks
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1975
Date Published: 15 October 1993
Softcover: 27 papers (308) pages
ISBN: 9780819412218

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Standardization for high-speed networks and services: status and trends
Author(s): Peter Coppo; E. Guarene; Federico M. Renon; Daniele Roffinella
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Application prototype of a model-based expert system to the maintenance of a MAN
Author(s): Heinrich Hopfmueller; Walter Kehl; Gottfried Schapeler
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Advanced MAN management systems: existing specifications and prototype
Author(s): Roberto Vercelli
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Management of high-speed data services
Author(s): Michele Marini; Gian Agostimo Mariani; Massimo Peruso
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Novel node architecture for a ETSI compliant DQDB MAN network
Author(s): Alan Cullen; Marino Calierno; Augusto Torchi; A. Firpo
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Enhanced communication architecture to support multimedia group communication
Author(s): Bernd Heinrichs; Kai Jakobs
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Concept of a local integrated operation network for different information flows
Author(s): Anke Schmietainski; Bernd X. Weis; Heinz Schlesinger
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SMDS service in Europe: a public operator's experience
Author(s): Ferruccio Antonelli; Egidio Perretti
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Nice technology, but will anyone use it? User need for a MAN service
Author(s): Mette Soeborg
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Evolution strategy from metropolitan area networks to broadband ISDN
Author(s): Gido Trilovszky
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MANS and ATM: evolution, interconnection, and interworking
Author(s): Lini Sara; Laurie Cuthbert; Jonathan Pitts
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Strategies of ATM and DQDB interconnection
Author(s): Markus Ruemekasten
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ImNet, a fiber optic network with multistar topology for high-speed data transmission
Author(s): F. Vossebuerger; Andreas Keizers; N. Soederman; Dietrich Meyer-Ebrecht
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Simulation study of ATN-DQDB interworking including connection-oriented variable bit rate service
Author(s): Iakovos S. Venieris; Evaghelos N. Tsiotsios; John D. Angelopoulos
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Future trends in optical network evolution
Author(s): Chris Todd; Mark Wilby
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Channel impact on ultra-fast all-optical mesh networks
Author(s): Alberto Bononi; Fabrizio Forghieri; Paul R. Prucnal
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CROWNs: all-optical WDM multiring topologies
Author(s): Imrich Chlamtac; Andrea F. Fumagalli
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Performance analysis of CRMA-II for GBIT/S-LANS
Author(s): Andreas Grebe
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WDM metropolitan area network based on a parallel IEEE 802.6 architecture
Author(s): Salvatore Casale; Aurelio La Corte
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Efficient optical code division multiple-access local area networks
Author(s): David Bozward; R. L. Brewster
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Evaluating high-speed network and services: issues, preliminary results, and future trends
Author(s): Flavio Ferrero; Mauro Cociglio; Ezio Barbero
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TGDS: a new tool for performance evaluation of HSLANs
Author(s): P. Assis; Amelia Almeida; M. Henriques; Manuel Ricardo; P. Ferreira; P. Proenca; E. Carrapatoso
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Evolution of protocol testers from SMDS to B-ISDN
Author(s): Arnim Rodeck
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Transputer-based architecture for ATM LAN protocol testing
Author(s): M. Di Concetto; P. Crocetti; G. Marino; E. Merli; M. Pavesi; F. Zizza
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Burst-mode receiver and power control for passive optical networks
Author(s): Richard Hirn; Marcus Hiebeler
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Amplitude and phase recovery systems for burst-mode fiber optic receivers
Author(s): Charles A. Eldering; F. Herrerias; R. Martin; Priscila Garcia-Fernandez; M. Martin; J. C. Coedo
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Passive tunable fiber Fabry-Perot filters for transparent optical networks
Author(s): Calvin M. Miller
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