OXC


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OXCOptical (WDM) Cross-Connect
OXCOptical Cross Connect
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Elastic optical network that employs the developed OXC architecture is still capable of exploiting elastic optical networking technology while attaining a substantial hardware reduction.
In each node, an OXC is connected to an IP core router via transponders which perform optical-electrical-optical conversion.
OHEL's oXc Classic provides that unique opportunity for participants to challenge their own bodies and test their limits, all while helping others - supporting children and adults with disabilities that face greater challenges every day.
Monitored women with epilepsy during pregnancy were prescribed different types of AED: LTG, VPA, phenytoin (PHT), phenobarbitone (PB), gabapentin (GBP), topiramate (TPM), CBZ, clonazepam (CZP), and OXC. In 62 of 70 (88.6%) monitored pregnancies, women were on monotherapy: mostly (37/62) on LTG, 13/62 on CBZ, 6 on VPA, 3 on PB, 1 on OXC, 2 on GBP, and 1 on PHT.
We assume that there are two types of optical cross-connect (OXC in the network.
She was treated with a course of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT), Oxcarbazepine (OXC) 900 mg/day, Aripiprazole 30 mg/day and quetiapine 800 mg/day.
A simple structure of the all-optical network is described in Figure 1, where OXC denotes the optical cross-connect which is used to switch the high-speed optical signals and OADM denotes the optical add-drop multiplexer which is used to multiplex and route different optical channels in WDM systems.
Patients with partial epilepsy who received monotherapy with one of six AEDs, namely, CBZ, VPA, topiramate (TPM), oxcarbazepine (OXC), lamotrigine (LTG), or levetiracetam (LEV), were identified and followed up from May 2007 to October 2014, and time to first seizure after treatment, 12-month remission rate, retention rate, reasons for treatment discontinuation, and adverse effects were evaluated.
In a double-blind randomized crossover study in 27 healthy drivers without neurological conditions, simulated driving performance was compared at baseline (no meds) and after dosages of either carbamazepine (CBZ) or oxcarbamazepine (OXC) were administered and progressively increased (Kaussner et al., 2010).