Effects Of Packet And Wavelength Numbers On Delay Computer Science
Abstract-New networking protocols are desired essentially in future Optical Wide Area Network (OWAN) environments to meet increasing demands of communication with low latency and high bandwidth. In this paper, a simulation study based on 100 nodes random topology is conducted to observe packet delay patterns and efficient link utilization for two session traffic sources Exponential and CBR (Constant Bit Rate), with number of wavelengths (16, 32, 48 and 64) while varying packet sizes ranging from 100 to 1000 bytes. By using OWns (Optical WDM network simulator), an optimal packet size is presented for Exponential session traffic as one of the design considerations of new protocol in Wavelength Routed Optical Networks (WRONs) with Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology. Simulation results also show that Exponential session traffic performs better as compare to CBR session traffic in terms of average packet delay and link utilization.
Index Terms-Average Packet Delay, Link Utilization, Optical WDM network simulator (OWns), Wavelength Routed Optical Networks (WRONs)---------- ïµ ----------1.
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