PROJECT TITLE :
Energy-Efficient Transponder Configuration for FMF-Based Elastic Optical Networks - 2018
We propose an energy-efficient procedure for transponder configuration in few-mode fiber-based elastic optical networks in that bit error rate and physical constraints are guaranteed and joint optimization of temporal, spectral, and spatial resources are addressed. We tend to use geometric convexification techniques to supply convex formulations for the signal-to-interference and noise ratio, transponder power consumption, and transponder configuration downside. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed convex formulation for the transponder configuration drawback is significantly faster than its mixed-integer nonlinear counterpart. We have a tendency to consider transmit optical power as a configurable transponder parameter and show its optimization reduces total transponder power consumption a lot of than twenty%. We conjointly analyze the impact of mode coupling and range of obtainable modes on power consumption of various transponder components.
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