Prioritized optical arbitration systems and methods

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PATENT NO 9794019
APP PUB NO 20150139653A1
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14567513

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According to an example, nodes request access to a shared resource in a prioritized optical arbitration system. Each node attempts to extract a wavelength corresponding to a priority level selected by the node from a waveguide. A node is granted access to the resource according to priority level, and is to extract from the waveguide the corresponding wavelength.

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HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT LPHOUSTON, TX8793

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