Optical Wireless Mesh Networks in Objective-C

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Optical Wireless Mesh Networks
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Therefore, the end-to-end latency and jitter experienced by data traffic in an optical wireless mesh network can meet or exceed the stringent requirements of even the most demanding applications
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Shortcomings
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Weather dependency/link distance Weather is undoubtedly the most significant shortcoming of optical wireless technology Severe weather conditions such as heavy fog can cause significant outage of FSO links Moderate weather conditions such as light fog or rain can cause outages of most FSO links operating at distances over 1 km The link distance can be traded off for better weather tolerance However, the shorter link distance in itself becomes a shortcoming Mesh architecture complements these limitations of optical wireless by allowing for the creation of reliable networks using short-range FSO links Line-of-sight requirement Optical wireless is a line-of-sight (LOS) technology, a shortcoming that limits the scope of its applications The shortcoming is, however, somewhat complemented by the mesh networking technology that allows for connecting two points that are not in LOS of each other through an intermediate point, though this solution is not practical for all applications Lack of industry standard The lack of a coherent industry standard is one of the significant shortcomings of FSO solutions
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In this section, we will concentrate on typical deployments of optical wireless solutions providing Carrier Ethernet services Typical deployment of all other applications are usually very similar to the typical deployments providing carrier-grade Ethernet services and are beyond the scope of this chapter
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In general, there are two possible ways of deploying a wireless optical mesh network The first method is to deploy optical wireless mesh networking equipment products that are designed to be deployed as optical wireless mesh networks Such products have optical wireless technology, carrier-grade Ethernet capable switching engine and management capability integrated into one product The second approach is to create an optical wireless mesh network by means of integrating optical wireless equipment from one supplier with a carrier-grade Ethernet switch from either the same or a different supplier(s) The benefit of the second method is the flexibility in identifying the networking equipment based on the specific need The downside of the second method is the integration effort and manageability of the network The first method has the benefit of using single equipment with all the essentials of an optical wireless mesh technology integrated Additionally, because the equipment is designed exclusively for
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mesh architecture, performance can be expected to be better However, regardless of whether mesh equipment is used or the equipment is from different manufacturers, the deployment scenario is not significantly different Throughout the remainder of this section, we will assume a deployment using mesh equipment A typical deployment consists of a wireless service POP lit by a metro ring or some form of backhaul connection The POP may consist of a Carrier Ethernet grade networking service either as an aggregation point or a NNI interface The POP would serve as a service injection point The roof of the POP building may be populated with one or more optical wireless mesh devices, referred to as nodes Some of the buildings within the specified range that are in line-of-sight of the POP may also be populated with one or more of the nodes Optical wireless connections among the nodes would create a mesh network Each of the buildings would consist of an indoor CLE device for the distribution of the services throughout the building, which may define the UNI interface In the event that only a small number of UNIs are required, the node may also provide the UNI, obviating the need for a CLE switch From each building with a node, the mesh may be further extended to additional buildings that are within range and in LOS of one of the nodes The expansion to additional buildings may be done on a need-to basis An optical mesh network thus created would be capable of serving various kinds of Carrier Ethernet services Whether point-to-point E-Line services or point-to-multipoint E-LAN services, the optical mesh network would be able to deliver such solutions throughout the mesh network
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