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An understanding of the transformation of Ethernet from primarily a connectivity protocol in the LAN to a carrier-class technology in the metro, access, and wide area networks. Insights into what is triggering this transformation, specifically the underpinning business drivers that have instilled urgency to Ethernet s new emerging role. A quick overview of what is meant by Carrier Ethernet and the efforts of standards bodies and the industry to enable Carrier Ethernet deployment. A comprehensive look at the various solutions, both wire-line and wireless, employed in Service Provider networks to deliver Carrier Ethernet and how each of these are evolving to deliver carrier-class Ethernet. Insights into considerations of real-life implementations of these different transport mechanisms. How these solutions stack up to each other relatively across a set of multiple considerations.
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The third through fifth rows in the line overhead area, which equate to rows 6 through 8 in Figure 6.7, contain the bytes labeled D4 through D12. These nine bytes provide a 576-kbit/s data transmission rate for OAM&P use. The last row in the line overhead area contains 3 bytes labeled S1, M0, and E1. The S1 byte represents a synchronization status byte. Four bits in this byte (bits 5 through 8) are used to transport the synchronization status of the network element. The following byte, which is labeled MO , represents a line remote error indication (REI) byte. If a receiver receives a corrupted signal, it will set the MO byte to indicate the occurrence of this situation. Last but not least, the E2 byte represents the last or final line overhead byte. This byte provides a voice channel that can be used by technicians and represents a 64-kbit/s order wire byte. As this is a voice PCM channel, this byte is ignored as it passes through regenerators.
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< 1, surface smearing or deformation will occur on the rolling surface accompanied by 20 times more wear. For 1 < L < 1.5, surface distress will exist accompanied by super cial surface pitting with about 4 times more wear than L > 3. For 1.5 < L < 3, some surface glazing can occur with eventual surface failure by subsurface rolling pitting fatigue with about 11/2 times more wear than L > 3. In other words, when L is below 3 mixed lm or boundary lubrication may occur. The easiest way to raise the L ratio is to change the lubricant necessary, using a higher viscosity lubricant or raising the lubricant viscosity at operating temperature. Producing a high-quality surface nish on the rolling elements is, of course, more expensive. Zaretsky (1997) states that the L ratio Eq. (9.19) can be used as an indicator of gearing and rolling-element bearing life. For aerospace gears, the composite surface nish is 23 m in ms and most gears operate at L < 1.5 with either a mixed or boundary lubrication regime. The surface distress may have super cial pitting without proper additive in the lubricant. With proper lubrication, failure will eventually occur by classical subsurface-originated rolling (pitting) fatigue.
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