OTDM

AcronymDefinition
OTDMon Track Disk Manager
OTDMOptical Time Division Multiplexing
References in periodicals archive ?
Kalyvas, "Ultra-high speed all-optical shift registers and their applications in OTDM networks," Optical and Quantum Electronics, Vol.
Petermann, "Mach-Zehnder interferometer-based high-speed OTDM add-drop multiplexing," Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol.
Rumpf, "160 Gbit/s transmission over 116 km field-installed fiber using 160 Gbit/s OTDM and 40 Gbit/s ETDM," Electron.
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.
(23) Olivar tradicional de dificil mecanizacion (OTDM); Olivar tradicional mecanizable de secano (OTMS); Olivar tradicional mecanizable de regadio (OTMR); Olivar intensivo de regadio (OIR) y Olivar intensivo de secano (OIS).
In the field of optical communication systems the major fields of interest are modeling and simulation of OTDM system components, link design for ultra high capacity systems, fiber optical regeneration techniques and advanced modulation formats for high spectral efficiency wavelength division multiplexing in next generation ultra long haul systems.
Optical time-division multiplexing (OTDM) systems divide the fiber into a smaller number of broader wavebands (possibly only one) and use short pulses to transmit at very high rates ([is greater than] 100 Gbps) per waveband.
Both WDM and OTDM technologies can potentially boost the bandwidth and actually help mine the terahertz bandwidth of each optical fiber.