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Title : Optical Channel Concatenation -- Need and Requirements
Author(s) : R. Damle et al.
Filename : draft-damle-optical-channel-concatenation-00.txt
Pages : 6
Date : 26-Jun-01
This contribution identifies the need and requirements for
concatenating optical channels to create multiple high bandwidth
payload channels. To maximize the benefits of standardization, the
concatenation methodolgy should be independant of framing protocols
e.g., SONET, GFP, OCh etc.) as well as payload types (e.g., Packet,
Cell, Byte Stream).
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