B5G-OPEN key innovations

B5G-OPEN key innovations

  • November 2, 2022
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The beyond 5G transmission scenario requires new and cost/power-effective solutions for mid/long term evolution while preserving the growing capacity per optical interfaces and cards. Under the Beyond 5G paradigm (i.e., beyond first focused and standalone 5G trials), the network should be capable of supporting massive small cell deployments, as well as the widespread end-to-end (E2E) support to heterogeneous use cases with considerably different requirements in terms of connectivity, latency and

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B5G-OPEN JLT Journal

B5G-OPEN JLT Journal

  • October 20, 2022
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Y. Wang, S. Bhat, N. Tessema, R. Kraemer, A. Napoli, G. Delrosso, and N. Calabretta “Ultrawide-band Low Polarization Sensitivity 3-μm SOI Arrayed Waveguide Gratings” https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9760169 Abstract: An ultrawide-band (UWB), O- to L- band, polarization insensitive (PI) 1 × 12 100 GHz channel spacing arrayed waveguide grating (AWG) is designed and realized in 3-μm Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) platform. PI and UWB operations are achieved by directly exploiting the UWB 3-μm PI silicon

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B5G-OPEN JOCN Journal

B5G-OPEN JOCN Journal

  • October 20, 2022
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Francesco Paolucci; Andrea Sgambelluri; Moises Felipe Silva; Alessandro Pacini; Piero Castoldi; Luca Valcarenghi; Filippo Cugini “Peer-to-peer disaggregated telemetry for autonomic machine-learning-driven transceiver operation” https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9812947   Abstract: Autonomic networking and monitoring will drive the evolution of next generation software defined networking (SDN) optical networks towards the zero touch networking paradigm. Optical telemetry services will play a key role to enable advanced network awareness at device and component granularity. Optical disaggregation is

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B5G-OPEN JLT Journal

B5G-OPEN JLT Journal

  • October 20, 2022
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Matheus Sena, Pratim Hazarika, Caio Santos, Bruno Correia, Robert Emmerich, Behnam Shariati, Antonio Napoli, Vittorio Curri, Wladek Forysiak, Colja Schubert, Johannes K. Fischer, Ronald Freund “Advanced DSP-based Monitoring for Spatially resolved and Wavelength-dependent Amplifier Gain Estimation and Fault Location in C+L band Systems” https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9896153 Abstract — The development of efficient anomaly detection schemes is a key element for the implementation of autonomous optical networks as they can help telecom operators

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B5G-OPEN JOCN Journal

B5G-OPEN JOCN Journal

  • October 20, 2022
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Filippo Cugini, Davide Scano, Alessio Giorgetti, Andrea Sgambelluri, Lorenzo De Marinis, Piero Castoldi, Francesco Paolucci “Telemetry and AI-based Security P4 Applications for Optical Networks” https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9905738 This paper presents potentials and challenges of programmable packet-optical nodes encompassing coherent pluggable modules, applied in the context of optical metro networks. Two innovative applications of P4-based data plane programmability are then presented. The first targets the monitoring and processing of optical telemetry data/metadata directly in

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B5G-OPEN @ ECOC – Workshop on Multi-band

B5G-OPEN @ ECOC – Workshop on Multi-band

  • September 10, 2022
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Workshop Description Multi-band (MB) expands the available capacity of optical fibres beyond traditional C and/or C+L bands by enabling transmission within S, E, and O bands – translating into a potential 10x capacity increase. MB networking raises challenges from both system and network perspectives. From the point of view of the former, MB networks require new key components, such as optical amplifiers, transceivers, and possibly MB reconfigurable add/drop multiplexers (MB

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B5G-OPEN JOCN Journal

B5G-OPEN JOCN Journal

  • May 25, 2022
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“LPsec: A Fast and Secure Cryptographic System for Optical Connections,” by Iqbal, L. Velasco, N. Costa, A. Napoli, J. Pedro, and M. Ruiz, IEEE/OPTICA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking (JOCN), 2022. We propose Light Path SECurity (LPsec), a secure cryptographic solution for optical connections that involves fast data encryption using stream ciphers and key exchange using Diffie-Hellman (DH) protocol through the optical channel.