Survivability Issues in Optical and Optical Wireless Access Networks: Monitoring Trail Deployment for Fault Localization in All-Optical Networks and Radio-over-Fiber Passive Optical Networks
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In this book, the m-trail design is explored and a focus is given to the analysis on using m-trails with established lightpaths to achieve fault localization. A novel approach based on Geographic Midpoint Technique, an adapted version of the Chinese Postmana??s Problem (CPP) solution and an adapted version of the Traveling Salesmana??s Problem (TSP) solution algorithms is introduced. An innovative design of Radio-over-Fiber (RoF) systems for wireless services integrated in a Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) is proposed. The Radio Frequency (RF) signal is obtained by using optical heterodyning photo detection method. A revision of related RoF network proposals and experiments is also included. A number of models for Passive Optical Networks (PON)/ RoF-PON that combine both innovative and existing ideas along with a number of solutions for m-trail design problem of these models are proposed. The comparison between these models uses the expected survivability function which proved that these models are liable to be implemented in the new and existing PON/ RoF-PON systems. This dissertation is followed by recommendation of possible directions for future research in this area.