Home   >   CSC-OpenAccess Library   >    Manuscript Information
Full Text Available

(469.35KB)
This is an Open Access publication published under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
Performance Analysis of Continuous Wavelength Optical Burst Switching Networks
Aditya Goel, A.K. Singh , R. K. Sethi, Vitthal J. Gond
Pages - 609 - 621     |    Revised - 30-01-2009     |    Published - 31-01-2010
Volume - 3   Issue - 6    |    Publication Date - January 2010  Table of Contents
MORE INFORMATION
KEYWORDS
GSM generations, Key performance indicators (KPIs), Assessment parameters, GSM frequencies
ABSTRACT
Considering the economic and technical aspects of wavelength converters, full wavelength conversion capability will not be available throughout optical networks in the foreseeable future. In this paper we have used balanced static wavelength assignment (BSWA) algorithm. It is a technique to improve the performance of an all-optical network in respect of blocking probability & other parameters to provide cost effective optical communication system. We carried out the performance analysis of wavelength-continuous optical burst switching network-using BSWA for the network topologies namely NSFNET and INTERNET2NET with the initial assumption that there is no wavelength converter or optical buffer in the networks. For simulation we have used a powerful tool MatplanWDM. The performance analysis of burst loss probability v/s traffic load using BSWA algorithm shows that its performance is better than other static wavelength assignment algorithm. We have also explored the performances of NSFNET and INTERNET2NET networks on the basis of channel utilization, message delay, and the ratio of traffic transferred in single hop to total traffic offered against percentage of reused wavelength in the network. It has been observed that channel utilization becomes the maximum for 40% of reused wavelengths per fiber and beyond that cost of network unnecessary increases. By the performance analysis of message propagation delay for both network Topology, it is observed that message propagation delay, is minimum at 40% of reused wavelength per fiber and it becomes constant beyond that. It is therefore recommended that reused wavelengths per fiber should not exceed 40 % of the total available wavelength so as to yield cost effective solution with optimum performance.
CITED BY (6)  
1 Sethi, R., & goel, A.Dispersion compensation in optical communication system by employing 16-qam modulation using ofdm.
2 Sethi, R. K., & Goel, A. (2015). Performance Analysis of Optical Communication System using OFDM by Employing QPSK Modulation. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication (IJRITCC), 3(1), 226-237.
3 Samudra, S. D., & Gaikwad, S. P. QoS parameters for obs network.
4 Shrivastav, M., & Gonnade, S. An Adaptive Leaky-Bucket Mechanism for Traffic Management in OBS Networks.
5 Singh, H., Prakash, J., Arora, D., & Wason, A. (2012). Wavelength assignment algorithms in OBS networks. Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, 123(20), 1823-1825.
6 Singh, H., Prakash, J., Arora, D., & Wason, A. (2011). Fault tolerant congestion based algorithms in OBS network. International Journal of Engineering (IJE), 5(5), 350.
1 Google Scholar
2 Academic Journals Database
3 ScientificCommons
4 Academic Index
5 CiteSeerX
6 refSeek
7 iSEEK
8 Socol@r
9 ResearchGATE
10 Libsearch
11 Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE)
12 Scribd
13 WorldCat
14 SlideShare
15 PdfSR
16 PDFCAST
1 Aditya Goel, Ajaii Sharma “Performance Analysis of Mobile ADOC Network using AODV Protocol” International Journal of Computer Science and Security Volume 3 Issue 5 pages 334- 343, 2009.
2 Aditya Goel, R K Sethi “Integrated Optical wireless network for next generation wireless Systems”, Signal Processing – An International Journal, vol. 3 Issue 1, Pages 1-13, 2009.
3 Aditya Goel, Ravi Shankar Mishra Remote Date Acquisition Using Wireless SCADA System International Journal of Engineering Volume 3 Issue 1 pages 58 – 64, 2009.
4 Shikha Nema, Aditya Goel, R P Singh, “Integrated DWDM and MIMO-OFDM system for 4G High capacity mobile communication System” Signal Processing – An International Journal Volume 3 Issue 5 pages 132-143, Nov/Dec 2009.
5 F. Kukuchi et al.,”10.92-Tbits/s triple-band / ultra dense optical repeated transmission Experiment,” in Proceedings of Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC), Anaheim, California, USA, March 2001 number PD24.
6 X. Wang, H. Morikawa, and T. Aoyama, “ Priority-based wavelength assignment algorithm for burst switched WDM optical networks,” IEICE Trans. Commun E86-B (5), 1508–1514 (May 2003)
7 C. Qiao and M. Yoo, “Optical burst switching (OBS)—a new paradigm for an optical Internet,” J. High Speed Networks. 8(1), 69–84(1999)
8 J S Turner, “Terabit burst switching,” J. High-Speed Networks, vol.8, no.1, pp.3-16, Jan.1999.
9 Jiangtao Luo , Jun Huang, Hao Chang et.al. ,” ROBS: A novel architecture of Reliable Optical Burst Switching with congestion control,” J. High-Speed Networks, vol.16, No.2, pp.123-131, 2007
10 C.H. Xin and C.Qiao, “A comparative study of OBS and OFS,” in Proceedings of Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC), Anaheim, California, USA, no. ThG7-1, Mar 2001
11 M. Düser and P. Bayvel, “Analysis of a dynamically wavelength-routed optical burst switched Network architecture,” IEEE J. of Light wave Technology, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 574-585, April 2002.
12 De Miguel, M. Düser, and P. Bayvel, “Traffic load bounds for optical burst switched networks with Dynamic wavelength allocation,” in Proc. of the IFIP TC6 5th International Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modeling (ONDM 2001), Vienna, February 2001.
13 M. Düser and P. Bayvel, “Bandwidth utilization and wavelength re-use in WDM optical burst- Switched packet networks,” in Proc. of the IFIP TC6 5th International Working Conference on Optical Network Design and Modeling (ONDM 2001), Vienna, February 2001.
14 C. Qiao and M. Yoo, “Choices, features and issues in Optical Burst Switching,” Optical Networks Magazine, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 37-44, April 2000.
15 Chunlei Zhu, Wenda Ni, Yu Du, Yanhe Li, Xiaoping Zheng, Yili Guo and Hanyi Zhang, “New and Improved Approaches for Wavelength Assignment in Wavelength-Continuous Optical Burst Switching Network,” Optical Engineering September 2007/vol.46 (9).
16 L. Kleinrock, Queueing Systems - Volume I: Theory, John Wiley & sons, New York, 1975.
17 Rajalakshmi P and Ashok Jhunjhunwala, “Analytical performance computation for all optical networks With wavelength conversion, ”IETE Journal of Research, Vol. 54, No.1, Jan-Feb 2008, pp 31-38.
18 P.J. Kühn, Teletraffic Theory and Engineering, Lecture at University Stuttgart, 2002/2003.
Dr. Aditya Goel
M.A.N.I.T., BHOPAL - India
adityagoel2@rediffmail.com
Mr. A.K. Singh
M.A.N.I.T., BHOPAL - India
Mr. R. K. Sethi
M.A.N.I.T., BHOPAL - India
Dr. Vitthal J. Gond
- India