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Show all documents It realizes a study of the network, capturing a schematic of the optical fiber path in which to show the location of the nodes, is specified the cities that are within the route and the bandwidth consumed by each city, with this information is obtained the backbone capacity and realize a projection of traffic estimated at 10 years.
Comparison of panoramic stereoscopic sensors based on hyperboloidal mirrors not only for autonomous navigation, but also for driver assistance systems that must an- ticipate possible collisions to other vehicles on the road.
Dense range measurements can be obtained using sensors based on time-of-flight measurements, such as laser scanners, or employing several cameras to solve distance by triangulation Bertozzi et al. Although laser scanners can be extremely accurate and reli- able, few scanners exist which can obtain 3D dense panoramic range measurements e. Stereoscopic binocular systems traditionally employ standard perspective cameras mounted so that their optical axes are parallel. Therefore, for. This solution allowed us to solve the problem, and the repeatibility of the results was validated by a significant number of production runs.
A typical experimental result is shown in Fig. Energy-Efficient Quantization and Resource Allocation for TDMA with Finite Rate Feedback With energy efficiency emerging as a critical issue in both commercial and tactical radios designed to extend bat- tery lifetime, energy-efficient resource allocation has attracted growing attention for additive white Gaussian noise AWGN channels , , , and time division multi-access TDMA fading channels , .
Resource allocation for fading chan- nels has been studied in ,  and energy-efficiency policies for TDMA have been investigated from an information theo- retic perspective in . Assuming that both transmitters and receivers have available perfect P- channel state information CSI , the approaches in  not only provide fundamental power limits when each user can support an infinite number of capacity-achieving codebooks, but also yield guidelines for practical designs where users can only support a finite number of adaptive modulation and coding AMC modes with prescribed symbol error probabilities.
The choice of the number of bits per symbol and the number of activated MIMO layers combined with powerful error correcting codes offer a certain degree of design freedom Ahrens and Lange, Secondly, the optimized uncoded system is extended by incorporating bit-interleaved coded modulation us- ing iterative detection BICM-ID , whereby both the uncoded as well as the coded systems are required to support the same user data rate within the same band- width.
Syntaxin 11 regulates platelet granule release and hemostasis Degranulation, a form of regulated exocytosis, is essential for platelet participation in hemostasis. The interaction between Syntaxin Stx and Munc18 proteins is required for exocytosis. We have proven that selective genetic deletion of Munc eliminates regulated exocytosis in platelets, but its Stx partner was not known.
Others have shown that deletion of Stx2 and 4 had no consequences on platelet degranulation. Now our goal is to study if Stx11 is involved in platelet exocytosis. We created a Stx11 conditional knockout mouse and crossed it with a platelet-specific Cre mouse to generate cell-specific Stx11 deletants. We evaluated the exocytosis of individual subpopulations of platelet granules stimulated with thrombin or collagen.
Platelets lacking Stx11 had a marked decrease in dense granule exocytosis with both agonists, but alpha and lysosomal granules were only affected when thrombin was used. Stxdeficient platelets had no deficiency in granule biogenesis and were capable of undergoing full activation.
Platelets from Stx11 deletant mice had deficient aggregation and ex vivo thrombus formation. In vivo, all these defects translated into protection from arterial thrombosis, and in abnormal hemostasis after venous and arterial injury, in mice lacking Stx11 in their platelets.
Implementing Zero-Touch Photonics, they transform traditional WDM into a cost-effective, low footprint and fully flexible transport layer with complete visibility and control of individual wavelengths.
This transformation simplifies broadband service delivery, speeds time-to-revenue generation and facilitates bandwidth expansion in optical transport network OTN -based metro access networks and provides highly secure, multiprotocol capable, low latency and resilient optical Data Center Connect DCC with a Key Management Tool KMT. These losses depend on polarization in planar waveguides with high index contrast, such as the ones fabricated using Silicon-on-Insulator SOI platforms.
This prevents the realization of dual- polarized highly integrated photonics circuits. Deriving dense linear algebra libraries Abstract. Starting in the late s computer scientists including Dijkstra and Hoare advocated goal- oriented programming and the formal derivation of algorithms.
The chief impediment to realizing this for loop-based programs was that a priori determination of loop-invariants, a prerequisite for developing loops, was a task too complex for any but the simplest of operations. Around , these techniques were for the first time successfully applied to the domain of high-performance dense linear algebra libraries.
This has led to a multitude of papers, mostly published in the ACM Transactions for Mathematical Software, a system for the mechanical derivation of algorithms, and a high-performance linear algebra library, libflame, that includes more than a thousand variants of algorithms for more than a hundred linear algebra operations. To our knowledge, this success story has unfolded with limited awareness on the part the formal methods community. This paper reports on ten years of experience and is meant to raise that awareness.
Spectral Width Study in a Wavelength Detector In this paper, we describe different use configurations of a wavelength detector and the main parameters of an optical bistable sensor. Mainly we analyze by simulation tools the influence of the spectral width of each signal involved in our wavelength detector, namely the LDD -Laser Diode Detector-.
In particular, we study the spectral width effect of the signal to be detected. The LDD, based on the bistable behavior of semiconductor lasers, has an internal continuous wave laser that allows the calibration of the sensor. Also, the effect of the line width is analyzed for this CW laser. It is shown that, for the different types of signals, the detector achieves accuracy near to 0.
Smith The nebula would enclose a recent event that can be almost anything, such as a collision be- tween massive shells ejected by a very massive star, a merger event in a close binary system, or a terminal core-collapse SN explosion either during Event A with the successive strong interaction of the SN ejecta and a circumstellar shell, or during Event B preceded by a giant eruption in Event A.
One of the possible explanations for the lack of spectral evolution is that we are observing an asymmet- ric environment from an unfavourable orientation, where the more dense material conceals what is below. The females of E. Though this species has been confused with E. Euglossa dissimula and E. Optical code division multiplexing in the design of encoded fiber Bragg grating sensors As mentioned before, the obtained error is caused by the interference of a cross-correlation XC lobe adding to the autocorrelation peak AC.
In order to reduce this error, the two-steps identification approach was implemented numerically without significant increment of the computation cost. This approach leads to the complete reduction of the measurement error due to CDMA multiplexing between the two sensors. In a practical system the measurement error will be reduced to the minimum feasible error given by the resolution and sweeping parameters of the instrumentation Optical Spectrum Analyzer or any other commercial interrogator like in the non-overlapping standard sensor case.
Development of 3. For this reason, this article presents solely for the SPBS super fluorescent fiber source configuration. The stable mean wavelength operation for SBP SFSs when pumped near nm was first studied by Wysocki et al [21,50,51] and experimentally analyzed by Hall et al . Trommer et al constructed three axis FOGs using single pass.
In case the power is below the critical value, a QKD link could be established whenever an appropriate QKD system is used, i.
The power threshold also allows to estimate the maximum number of QKD devices that can operate simultaneously.
Using again the full optical path, we have performed several measure- ments of the forward and backward noise in order to simulate different network configurations e. For the forward noise, measurements are carried out at the smallest wavelength separation between quantum and ser- vice bands allowed by the channel plan, which is approx.
This should produce the highest noise levels possible. As a comparison with the schemes where all signals are placed in the same spectral region, the forward noise at the service band is also measured nm. The purpose of the WDM multiplexer is to separate the quantum and service bands. In this way we can simulate scenarios with a different number of QKD devices. Finally, we mea- sure the backward noise in a quantum channel by moving the SPD and WDM multiplexer also to the access network 1.
The measured noise per 1 ns gate in a quantum channel is presented as a function of the input power in the service band for all three scenarios in Fig. The figure also depicts the noise dark count rate of an actual QKD system  and the expected detection rate of quantum signals. This measurement includes contributions from the dark count rate and the noise generated by the service signals. Calculated values of the QBER of several representative points of the experiment are also shown.
Show all documents We have theoretically investigated the temperature dependent wavelength shift of the AWG depends on the refractive indices of the materials and the size of the waveguide. A thermalization of the AWG can be realized by selecting proper values of the material and structural parameters of the device. We have taken into account the increased number of transmitted channels within DWDM technique over a thermal planar AWG of hybrid materials. The thermal effects of different hybrid materials employed in the fabrication of AWG are studied deeply and parametrically for the good performance of such AWG. With the development of optical networks and the use of Wavelength Division Multiplexing WDM technology, a new and a very crucial milestone is being reached in network evolution. To upgrade the system to handle voice and data traffic is very expensive and hence the need for the development of an intelligent all-optical network.
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Dense wavelength division multiplexing
In fiber-optic communications , wavelength-division multiplexing WDM is a technology which multiplexes a number of optical carrier signals onto a single optical fiber by using different wavelengths i. The term WDM is commonly applied to an optical carrier, which is typically described by its wavelength, whereas frequency-division multiplexing typically applies to a radio carrier which is more often described by frequency. Specifically, frequency in Hertz, which is cycles per second multiplied by wavelength the physical length of one cycle equals the velocity of the carrier wave. In a vacuum, this is the velocity of light, usually denoted by the lower case letter, c. In glass fiber, it is substantially slower, usually about 0. The data rate, which ideally might be at the carrier frequency, in practical systems is always a fraction of the carrier frequency. A WDM system uses a multiplexer at the transmitter to join the several signals together and a demultiplexer at the receiver to split them apart.
Coarse wavelength division multiplexing CWDM and dense wavelength division multiplexing DWDM are the two primary technologies developed based on wavelength division multiplexing WDM , but with different wavelength patterns and applications. CWDM and DWDM are both effective methods to solve the increasing bandwidth capacity needs and maximize the utilization of both existing and new fiber assets , but the two technologies differ from each other in many aspects. A CWDM system commonly supports eight wavelengths per fiber and is designed for short-range communications, using wide-range frequencies with wavelengths spread far apart. This wide spacing of channels allows the use of moderately priced optics. Generally, CWDM is used for lower cost, lower capacity subG and shorter distance applications where cost is an important factor. CWDM wavelengths are currently capable of transporting up to 10 Gigabit Ethernet and 16G Fiber Channel, and it is quite unlikely for this capacity to further increase in the future. Because of this, DWDM systems can transmit a huge quantity of data through a single fiber link as they allow for many more wavelengths to be packed onto the same fiber.
However, with the development of optical networks and the use of Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technology, a new and.
Show all documents It realizes a study of the network, capturing a schematic of the optical fiber path in which to show the location of the nodes, is specified the cities that are within the route and the bandwidth consumed by each city, with this information is obtained the backbone capacity and realize a projection of traffic estimated at 10 years. Comparison of panoramic stereoscopic sensors based on hyperboloidal mirrors not only for autonomous navigation, but also for driver assistance systems that must an- ticipate possible collisions to other vehicles on the road. Dense range measurements can be obtained using sensors based on time-of-flight measurements, such as laser scanners, or employing several cameras to solve distance by triangulation Bertozzi et al.
Show all documents Design of Higher Capability and Reliable long Distance Network and Performance Analysis The concept of combining many signals of different wavelength in a single optical fibre is called as the Wavelength Division Multiplexing. It multiplexes number of optical signals from different transmitters and transmits it through a single fibre. In the receiver end, all the different signals are split from the multiplexed signals.