Princeton/NEC Lab GPON testbed
Sensor network can be built parasitically in GPON system to enlarge the coverage area and reduce power consumption.
Using dispersive elements, the optical sensor data pulses get stretched an does not affect normal GPON data transmission.
Scaling using hybrid OCDMA over WDM system
Photonic layer security
Sensor/first response system overlay on public network
Public channels are unaffected by presence of secondary communications.
Utilizes Princeton's all-optical signal processing technology for advanced multilevel security
Optical networks integrate information from IR surveillance cameras, sensor data, and telemetry OCDMA can isolate secure and non-secure sensor data
"Code swapping" provides crypto-level security
All-optical interface between DWDM network and optical memory
- Connecting speed: 160 Gb/s per channel
- Enabled by Princeton TOAD technology and AON Holographic Data Storage
- AON Exclusive License for TOAD technology in Storage Applications
- Enables NAS/SAN/SSD applications with network speeds over 160 Gb/s
- TOAD wavelength conversions allow direct storage, manipulation and routing of optical transmissions in Enterprise, Metro, and Long Haul Networks
- Reduces Network Bottlenecks by eliminating O-E-O conversions
- Eliminate disbursement network costs and flatten topology
Electronic warfare - robust communication during IED jamming