AON

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AONApplication-Oriented Networking (Microsoft - Longhorn)
AONAll or None
AONAlways On
AONActivity on Node
AONActive Optical Network
AONApplication Oriented Networking
AONAttribute Overlay Network
AONAll Optical Network
AONAll or Nothing
AONArt of Noise (band)
AONActivity on Node (networking)
AONAs of Now
AONAll Optical Network(ing)
AONActive Optical Network (Marconi)
AONAnterior Olfactory Nucleus
AONApropos of Nothing
AONAirline Operators Association of Nigeria
AONAverage Octane Number
AONAll or Nothing Hosting (webhosting company)
AONAmulet of Necropotence (gaming, Everquest)
AONAngle Off Nose
AONAcademy of Networking (Moscow, Russia)
AONAllstars of Nation (gaming clan)
AONAir Operations Net
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The disadvantage: Passive optical has Less range than an active optical network does.
In the present study, the first step is the principle of the a thermal AWG with LiNb[O.sub.3]/Polymer/Silica-doped hybrid materials is described, and the relative formulas are derived for analyzing and investigating parametrically and numerically the temperature dependence of the A thermal AWG module for passive and active optical network applications.
An active optical network looks very similar to a passive optical network (PON), however, there are three main differences.
In a summary, we have investigated parametrically and numerically the low loss a thermal arrayed waveguide grating of hybrid materials for suitable applications in passive and active optical networks. Moreover, we have presented a novel technique for theoretical model basis and optimum design of the a thermal AWG with LiNb[O.sub.3]/Polymer/Silicadoped hybrid materials.
They have less range than an active optical network, meaning subscribers must be geographically closer to the central source of the data.
However, all above-mentioned researches are devoted to long-haul networks based on active optical networks (AON) with dispersion compensation.
A comparison is made with point to point/multipoint networks and active optical networks (AON), concluding PON design optimal for its exploit of bandwidth and its lower implementation costs.
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