Numerical Study of Mixing in Microchannels Enhanced by Vibrating Stirs

  • Lei S.
  • Qingfeng Xia
  • Xiaochuan Yang

In this paper, mixing in microscale channels augmented by vibrating stirs is numerically studied. The micro-mixer comprises of several micro stirs (µ-stirs) placed in the microscale channel. Chaotic advection appears for the fact that the incoming flow interplays with the µ-stirs being transversely moving between two sidewalls. A two-dimensional numerical ...

A New Technique for Scaling Microwave Capacity

  • Blinet A.

Modern microwave systems offer new approaches such as advanced packet compression and higher order modulation for increasing microwave channel capacity. However, there comes a point in time when channel capacity cannot be further increased. In these cases, combining 2 or more channels into a higher capacity virtual link takes microwave ...

Cross-layered and Interactive Techniques for Energy Minimization of M2M Networks

  • Lin C.
  • Venkateswaran V.

Machine to Machine (M2M) networks are severely constrained by the overall energy available for sensing and communication at sensor nodes. The existing techniques minimize energy focus on specific network components and optimize its energy consumption. This paper explores a unified approach to optimize for energy consumption in the overall M2M ...

Network Global Expectation Model of Routing and Grooming in Multi-Layer Service Transport

  • Atkinson G.
  • Korotky S.
  • Simsarian J.

We present an analytical model to estimate the expected minimum numbers of network elements required to support traffic demands in a multi-layer service transport network for the case where grooming of demands into channels is permitted at all nodes. This new formulation expands upon earlier models and makes use of ...

Carrier Recovery Algorithms and Real-time DSP Implementation for Coherent Receivers

  • Pfau T.

Different carrier recovery algorithms and strategies are presented and compared in terms of performance and hardware complexity, along with insights into the real-time implementation of such algorithms.

Vision of future Applications for Graphene in Telecommunications

  • Templ W.

Graphene is a new material with promising properties enabling new components supporting a wide range of applications in future telecommunication systems. The presentation introduces the needs and requirements of future communication systems and shows how they could be addressed by future Graphene based components.

ICT Drivers for Nanolectronics

  • Templ W.

The presentation is sumarsising the major trends in electronic communication and deriving technical requirements to future nanoelectronic semiconductor technologies.

HARP-A New Concept for Realising RF-Transmitters

  • Pascht A.
  • Templ W.
  • Vadim Lebedev
  • Wiegner D.

The in the following described HARP transmitter concept is an exciting and unconventional approach to a possible new disruptive rf-transmitter-architecture based on the idea of spectral composition of the desired RF power signal rather than generation by the conventional lineup of D/A conversion, modulation/up-conversion and amplification. The core component of ...

Dynamic of TCP Bandwidth Sharing

  • Lautenschlaeger W.

Traditionally TCP bandwidth sharing has been investigated mainly by stochastic approaches due to its seemingly chaotic nature. Even though of great generality, the theories deal mainly with expectation values, which is prone to misinterpretation with respect to the Quality-of-Experience (QoE). We disassemble TCP operating conditions into dominating scenarios and show ...

A Generative Model for Predicting Outcomes in College Basketball

  • Perez-Cruz F.
  • Ruiz F.

Gambling is one of mankind's oldest activities, as evidenced by writings and equipment found in tombs and other places, and the birth of probability theory is attributed to Pascal and Fermat in 1654 on the fair division on an interrupted game of chance (Hacking, 1975). In this paper, we aim ...

Map/Reduce Uncollapsed Gibbs Sampling for Bayesian Non Parametric Models

  • Molina-Bulla H.
  • Moreno P.
  • Perez-Cruz F.
  • Pradier M.
  • Ruiz F.
  • Valera I.

We propose a Map/Reduce parallel Gibbs sampling framework for Bayesian nonparametric (BNP) models. Our proposal relies on the idea of sampling all the hidden variables in order to break their dependencies, as it has been proposed in the related literature. We present it in a way that is easily generalizable ...

Spezifikation und Charakterisierung eines volldigitalen Sendepfades für breitbandige und energieeffiziente Multistandard-RF-Transmitter (Teilvorhaben in BMBF UTTERMOST; Abschlussbericht; Final report of our activities in BMBF/CATRENE Project UTTERMOST)

  • Bohn T.
  • Haslach C.
  • Markert D.
  • Templ W.
  • Ulrich Seyfried

Modulation schemes used by >3G mobile communication systems are using rf-signals with high peak to average ratio, thus imposing high challenges to the design of energy-efficient rf-power amplifiers. Additionally the increasing number of various customer requirements and localizations demands for flexible hardware solutions at the same time. Rf-switch mode power ...

NFV and SDN: Key Concepts and Their Challenges Towards Virtualization in the Telecommunications Industry

  • Bauer M.
  • Hilt V.

NFV and SDN: Key Concepts and Their Challenges Towards Virtualization in the Telecommunications Industry

Review of the basic line coding techniques for high-speed electrical interconnects

  • Guenach M.
  • Jacobs L.
  • Kozicki B.
  • Moeneclaey M.

A review of baseband modulation techniques intended for use in high-speed electrical interconnects is presented. A general framework is developed and used to compare the performance of traditional baseband formats and partial response coding. A special focus is placed on spectral characteristics suitable for the high-speed electrical interconnects. For that ...

BL OpenDay Demonstrator Video

  • Sienel J.

Video showing the public demonstration of the Bell Labs Open Day 2013 prototype on Telephony Service over MediaCloud.

Future NFV Orchestration: Analytics-driven vIMS Management

  • Hilt V.
  • Sienel J.

Advanced management of Virtualized Network Functions (VNF) using knowledge about structure of the virtualized service, service performance data, and demand prediction.

Ultra-Broadband Bidirectional Dual-Band Quantum Dot Semiconductor Optical Amplifier

  • A. Zeghuzi
  • B. Lingnau
  • Bonk R.
  • C. Koos
  • C. Meuer
  • C. Schubert
  • D. Arsenijeviæ
  • D. Bimberg
  • H. Schmeckebier
  • K. Lüdge
  • M. Stubenrauch
  • Pfeiffer T.
  • S. Koenig

By exploiting different discrete optical transitions in a QD SOA, we demonstrate theoretical and experimental distortion free simultaneous amplification of two counter-propagating 40 Gbit/s OOK signals separated by 93 nm for a wide operating-parameter range.

Linear impairments in long-reach & high-split TWDM-PON

  • Bonk R.
  • Pfeiffer T.
  • Poehlmann W.
  • Schmuck H.

Linear impairments in long-reach and high-split TWDM-PON are analyzed for different architectures. The influence of amplifier noise, of cross-talk from rival noise and of path penalties from dispersion on the OSNR is evaluated.

Beneficial OLT transmitter and receiver concepts for NG-PON2 using semiconductor optical amplifiers

  • Bonk R.
  • Pfeiffer T.
  • Poehlmann W.
  • Schmuck H.

Optical line termination transmitter (Tx) and receiver (Rx) concepts using semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) for the next-generation of passive optical networks (NG-PON2) are experimentally compared. In general, a single SOA per wavelength channel at the Tx and a configuration comprising linear SOA followed by APDs at the Rx are beneficial ...