OTDM

AcronymDefinition
OTDMOptical Time Division Multiplexing
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Petermann, "Mach-Zehnder interferometer-based high-speed OTDM add-drop multiplexing," Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol.
The mass production of subprime mortgage loans by the mortgage lending industry allowed for the derivative producing machine of the OTDM to operate on overdrive.
Until the crisis, the OTDM may have been perceived by outsiders as an acceptable approach that furthered the goal of increasing profit or share value under the shareholder primacy model.
First, Posner has identified reckless behaviour--which was clearly evidenced in the OTDM and the NINA mortgages--as rational.
Both WDM and OTDM technologies can potentially boost the bandwidth and actually help mine the terahertz bandwidth of each optical fiber.
Oki's free-space structure OTDM module can generate carrier-suppressed 160Gbit/s OTDM signals that enables a transmission distance of 640 km.
Tektronix is eager to apply OTDM and the TOAD to its development efforts to enable the evolution of the telecommunications industry," said Scott Bausback, vice president, Communications Business Unit, Tektronix, Inc.
Paul Prucnal has spent more than a decade developing OTDM techniques and we welcome the participation of an industry leader such as Tektronix to promote this technology into practice.
Just as we funded Universal Display Corporation and Global Photonic Energy Corporation, who are bringing their exciting new technologies out of the laboratory and into commercial environments, we have formed and funded Ultra Fast in order to introduce OTDM and the TOAD to the communications sector and other industries.
The technology is ideal for implementation of RZ (Return to Zero) and OTDM (Optical Time Domain Multiplexing) transmission systems, and is unique in its minimal size and drive power requirements.
The technology is ideal for implementation of 40Gbps and 10Gbps DWDM long-haul transmission systems, as well as for OTDM implementation.