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Syn ch ro n o u s Op tical

Netw o rk (SONE T)

 Name. Abdullah
 Class ID. 2223
 Subject. Optical Communication System
 Class T
eacher. Dr. Khurram Kiyani
 Abasyn University Islamabad Campus
What is SONET
Introduction to SONET
 Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) is a
standard for optical telecommunications transport. It
was formulated by the ECSA for ANSI, which sets
industry standards in the United States for
telecommunications and other industries.
 The comprehensive SONET/synchronous digital
hierarchy (SDH) standard is expected to provide the
transport infrastructure for worldwide
telecommunications for at least the next two or three
decades.
 The increased configuration flexibility and bandwidth
availability of SONET provides significant advantages
over the older telecommunications
system.
What is SONET
 Transmission links of the telephone net
work have been changing to SONET
 where rates are arranged in STS (Sync
hronous Transfer Signal) hierarchy.
 The hierarchy is called SDH (Synchrono
us Digital Hierarchy) defined by CCITT.
 It is an ITU standard.
What is SONET
 SONET encodes bit streams into optical signals prop
agated over optical fiber. SONET defines a technolog
y for carrying many signals of different capacities thro
ugh a synchronous, flexible, optical hierarchy.
 A bit-way implementation providing end-to-end transp
ort of bit streams.
 All clocks in the network are locked to a common mas
ter clock so that simple TDM can be used.
 Multiplexing done by byte interleaving.
 SONET is backward compatible to DS-1 and E-1 and
forward compatible to ATM cells.
Background
 Before SONET, the first generations of fiber-optic
systems in the public telephone network used
proprietary architectures, equipment, line codes,
multiplexing formats, and maintenance procedures.
 The users of this equipment regional Bell operating
companies and interexchange carriers (IXCs) in the
United States, Canada, Korea, Taiwan, and Hong
Kong standards so that they could mix and match
equipment from different suppliers.
 The task of creating such a standard was taken up in
1984 by the ECSA to establish a standard for
connecting one fiber system to another. This
standard is called SONET.
Frame Format Structure
 In general, the frame can be
divided into two main areas:
transport overhead and the
synchronous payload
envelope (SPE).

 The synchronous
payload envelope can
also be divided into two
parts: the STS path
overhead (POH) and
the payload.
Frame Format Structure
 The payload is the revenue-producing traffic being
transported and routed over the SONET network.
Once the payload is multiplexed into the synchronous
payload envelope, it can be transported and switched
through SONET without having to be examined and
possibly de-multiplexed at intermediate nodes.
STS-1
 STS-1 is a specific sequence of 810 bytes (6,480 bits), which includes
various overhead bytes and an envelope capacity for transporting payloads.
It can be depicted as a 90-column by 9-row structure. With a frame length of
125 us (8,000 frames per second), STS-1 has a bit rate of 51.840 Mbps. The
order of transmission of bytes is row-by-row from top to bottom and from left
to right (most significant bit first).
Fram e Tran sm issio n
STS : Synchronous Transport Signal
STS OC Rate (Mbps) SPE (Mbps) User (Mbps)
STS-1 OC-1 51.84 50.12 49.536
STS-3 OC-3 155.52 150.336 148.608
STS-9 OC-9 466.56 451.008 445.824
STS-12 OC-12 622.08 601.344 594.432
STS-18 OC-18 933.12 902.016 891.648
STS-24 OC-24 1244.16 1202.688 1188.864
STS-36 OC-36 1866.23 1804.032 1783.296
STS-48 OC-48 2488.32 2405.376 2377.728
STS-192 OC-192 9953.28 9621.604 9510.912
Overheads
 The following sections detail the SONET
overhead information:

 Section overhead
 Line overhead
 VT POH
SONET Multiplexing
 One of the benefits of SONET is that it can carry large
payloads (above 50 Mbps). However, the existing digital
hierarchy signals can be accommodated as well, thus
protecting investments in current equipment.

 To achieve this capability, the STS SPE can be sub-divided


into smaller components or structures, known as VT, for the
purpose of transporting and switching payloads smaller than
the STS-1 rate and Multiplex the signal.
S ONE T Multiplexing
S ONE T Network E lements
 Regenerator
A regenerator is needed when, due to the long distance between multiplexers,
the signal level in the fiber becomes too low.
▪ Add/Drop Multiplexer (ADM)
A single-stage multiplexer/de-multiplexer can multiplex various inputs into an OC
signal. At an add/drop site, only those signals that need to be accessed are
dropped or inserted. The remaining traffic continues through the network element
without requiring special pass-through units or other signal processing.
Synchronous & Asynchronous
Communication
1. Synchronous Transformations
A synchronous transformation processes incoming rows and
passes them on in the data flow one row at a time. Output is
synchronous with input, meaning that it occurs at the same
time. Therefore, to process a given row, the transformation
does not need information about other rows in the data set. In
the actual implementation, rows are grouped into buffers as
they pass from one component to the next, but these buffers
are transparent to the user, and you can assume that each row
is processed separately.
2. Asynchronous transmission
Primarily when the data to be transmitted is generated at random
intervals the user keys in each character at an indeterminate rate with
possibly long random time intervals between each successive typed
character Start bit and one or more stop bits each transmitted
character or byte is encapsulated.
Synchronous & Asynchronous
Communication

3. SONET
In a synchronous system such as SONET, the average
frequency of all clocks in the system will be the same
(synchronous) or nearly the same. Every clock can be
traced back to a highly stable reference supply.
What Are the Benefits of SONET?

 Reduction in equipment requirements and an


increase in network reliability

 Definition of a synchronous multiplexing format for


carrying lower level digital signals and a
synchronous structure that greatly simplifies the
interface to digital switches, digital cross-connect
switches, and add-drop multiplexers

 Availability of a set of generic standards that enable


products from different vendors to be connected
What Are the Benefits of SONE T?

 Definition of a flexible architecture capable of


accommodating future applications, with a variety of
transmission rates