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Periodic Filters, Frequency Slicers, and Interleavers. Dispersion and Compensation in WDM.
Virtual Tributaries. SDH Architectures. SDH Layers. SDH Multiplexing. SDH Framing. SDH Transport Overhead. SDH Alarms. SDH Network Elements.
SDH Topologies. SDH Protection Architectures. SDH Ring Architectures. SDH Network Management. Packet Ring Technologies. Ethernet Services. Shared Packet Ring.
Resilient Packet Ring. Initial Provisioning Tasks. Provisioning of Protection Groups. ONS Timing. Node Inventory.
UPSR Configuration. BLSR Configuration. Subtending Ring Configuration. Linear ADM Configurations.
Circuit Provisioning. SNCP Configuration. Subtending Ring Configurations. History[ edit ] By , local area networks LANs were well established to provide data communication in buildings and offices.
But while the telephone network was able to support the packet-based exchange of data that the various LAN protocols implemented, the bandwidth of the telephone network was already under heavy demand from circuit-switched voice, and the telephone exchanges were ill-designed to cope with the traffic spikes that LANs tended to produce. Such dark fibre links were in some cases already installed on customer premises and telephone companies started to offer their dark fibre within their subscriber packages.
Fibre optic metropolitan area networks were operated by telephone companies as private networks for their customers, and did not necessarily have full integation with the public wide area network WAN through gateways.
In West Berlin the BERCOM project built up a multifunctional broadband communications system to connect the mainframe computers that publicly funded universities and research institutions in the city housed.
Like other metropolitan dark fibre networks at the time, the dark fibre network in West Berlin had a star topology with a hub somewhere in the city centre. MANs thus became cheaper to build and maintain.
Thus companies that paid for a MAN to connect different office sites within a city could increase the bandwidths of their MAN backbone as part of their subscription. Effectively it gave companies wishing to establish a MAN choice of protocol.
Between and the Sprint Corporation build five Metro Ethernet rings to connect the metropolitan areas.