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Master Transparent-Mode GFP: Part 2
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Part 1 of this two-part series - which originally appeared in the September issue of Communication Systems Design - laid out the basic operation of transparent-mode GFP as well as bandwidth issues. Now, we'll explore payload scrambling, client management frames, and protocol extension.
2002 Comet Awards
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Communication Systems Design's look at 20 Companies that will shape the future of the communication sector.
Master Transparent-Mode GFP: Part 1
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To optimize the use of currently available high-bandwidth optical pipes, a storage designer would do well to fully understand GFP-T.
Choose Wisely Between QAM and DMT for VDSL
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The move to VDSL has many operators torn between QAM and DMT for their modulation scheme. Here's why QAM might be best.
Maximize the Metro With Resilient Packet Ring
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By taking the best of Sonet and Ethernet and adding myriad features of its own, RPR looks set to dominate metro- and wide-area networks.
Use Direct Conversion to Shrink WLAN Radio Costs
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The combination of advanced technologies and good design practice has brought the benefits of direct-conversion radios to the masses.
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