Significance in Adding a Queuing Subsystem to the R3T Random Access OCDMA Protocol

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Executive Summary

Optical Code-Division Multiple-Access (CDMA) networks are now receiving more attention because they combine the large bandwidth of the fiber medium with the flexibility of the CDMA technique to achieve high-speed connectivity. Most of the research in the field of OCDMA has focused on physical layer issues such as encoding/decoding schemes, spreading codes, receiver structures. However, a few authors have examined the data link layer of OCDMA networks. Hsu and Li have studied the performance of slotted and unslotted optical CDMA systems, respectively.

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