Abstract

We propose a 2-stage ILP-based design algorithm for hierarchical optical path networks that utilize hybrid-HOXCs. The hybrid-HOXC consists of an optical waveband cross-connect and an electrical cross-connect which grooms only wavelength paths. Its effectiveness is evaluated through numerical experiments. Impact of electrical/optical port cost ratio on the total network cost is also investigated.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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