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Sampling of Random Data Streams

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Author(s): Gustav Cepciansky | Ladislav Schwartz

Journal: Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
ISSN 1804-3119

Volume: 9;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 1;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Sampling | traffic | data burst | passive optical network.

ABSTRACT
Modern telecommunication networks work on the transmission method of common data streams in which data bursts consisting of packets that further consist of particular bits are multiplexed from various traffic sources. The larger amount of data is transmitted through a transmission medium (optical fibre), the more frequently bursts occur, and the lower amount of data, the more rarely they follow. If it is required to monitor how large amount of data is being transmitted in a network branch in order to find out, to which measure of this branch is occupied, it is not necessary to take each information unit (each packet or even each particular bit). It will do if information whether a data burst occurs in the transmission or does it not occur is taken in certain time intervals – with a certain sampling frequency. The paper deals with this sampling intervals.
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