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Technique for rerouting without traffic disruption in optical networks

Technique for rerouting without traffic disruption in optical networks

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A novel lightpath rerouting technique is proposed, allowing data lossless rerouting without requiring additional optical transponders. Data lossless rerouting effectiveness is demonstrated considering a 112 Gbit/s polarisation multiplexed quadrature phase shift keying lightpath and coherent receiver.

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