Abstract

We demonstrate experimentally for the first time successful forwarding of packets using spectral-amplitude-code labels and label stacking in a two-hop network. Optical code-label stacking can be used for hierarchical routing, virtual-private networks and path protection.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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