SURVIVING GLOBAL SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

  • De Neve P
  • Ebert C.

Although there are many good resasons to glabally distribute development activities , success is not garanteed by just opening a development center in another region of the world. This article summarizes and distills best pratices from true global software development.

SYSTEM IMPACT OF PHASE RIPPLES IN OPTICAL COMPONENTS

  • Brosson P.
  • Khalfallah S
  • Penninckx D.

THE PERSPECTIVE OF OPTICAL PACKET SWITCHING IN IP-DOMINANT BACKBONE AND METROPOLITAN NETWORKS

  • Chiaroni D.
  • Dotaro D
  • Eilenberger G.
  • Jourdan A.
  • Masetti-Placci F
  • Renaud M.

TRANSMISSION OF 32 ETDM CHANNELS AT 40 GBIT/S ( 1.28 TBIT/S CAPACITY ) OVER 3 X 100 KM OF TERALIGHT FIBRE

  • Bayart D.
  • Bertaina A.
  • Beylat J.
  • Bigo S.
  • Borne S.
  • Fleury L.
  • Franz B.
  • Frignac Y.
  • Fritschi R.
  • Gauchard S.
  • Guenot P.
  • Hamaide J.
  • Hamoir D.
  • Idler W.
  • Junginger B.
  • Kaiser M.
  • Lach E.
  • Le Ber G.
  • Lorcy L.
  • Nouchi P.
  • Sillard P.
  • Torabi N.
  • Veith G.
  • Wien G.

REDUCED COMPLEXITY FREQUENCY ESTIMATOR FOR BURST TRANMISSION

  • Sehier P.

In burst transmission, carrier recovery is a critical point for synchronization systems. With a feedforward carrier phase recovery algorithm, a small frequency offset can significantly increase the cycle slip rate and then the phase error variance. Therefore, in order to obtain an accurate carrier phase estimation, a precise frequency correction ...

NONLINEAR GAIN CONTROL OF DISPERSION-MANAGED SOLITON AMPLITUDE ANDCOLLISIONS

  • Wabnitz S.

The stabilizing action of nonlinear gain on dispersion-managed soliton transmissions is investigated. By means of a proper combination of nonlinear gain and filtering, the background and amplitude instability introduced by lumped guiding filters can be controlled. Indeed, radiative background that may not be separated from the signal when the average ...

TO " A THREE-DIMENSIONAL QUANTUM VACUUM-NOISE / SIGNAL BEAMSPLITTER MODEL FOR NONIDEAL LINEAR OPTICAL AMPLIFIERS "

  • Desurvire E.

In a recent paper (E. Desurvire, 1999, Opt. Fiber Technol., vol. 5, no. 1, 82), we presented a new model for describing nonideal (or realistic) linear optical amplifiers through a three-dimensional quantum beamsplitter (QBS) representation. This quantum model unifies the well-known properties of the passive attenuator and the ideal lossless ...