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dynamic wavelength slicing (DWS)

Dynamic Wavelength Slicing (DWS) is a wavelength division multiplexing

technique in which the bandwidth allocation is dynamically adapted to the demand. The DWS technique is used in passive optical networks (PON) and is used to adapt the individual information streams on the optical fiber. Each connected optical termination, Intelligent Optical Terminal (IOT), has a full duplex connection to the Point of Presence (POP) via which EtherNet/IP, ATM and time division multiplex (TDM) can be transmitted.

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Englisch: dynamic wavelength slicing - DWS
Updated at: 06.12.2016
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