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Optical Communication Theory and Techniques



von: Enrico Forestieri

142,79 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 26.01.2006
ISBN/EAN: 9780387231365
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 216

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Since the advent of optical communications, a greattechnological effort has been devoted to the exploitation of the huge bandwidth of optical fibers. Sta- ing from a few Mb/s single channel systems, a fast and constant technological development has led to the actual 10 Gb/s per channel dense wavelength - vision multiplexing (DWDM) systems, with dozens of channels on a single fiber. Transmitters and receivers are now ready for 40 Gb/s, whereas hundreds of channels can be simultaneously amplified by optical amplifiers. Nevertheless, despite such a pace in technological progress, optical c- munications are still in a primitive stage if compared, for instance, to radio communications: the widely spread on-off keying (OOK) modulation format is equivalent to the rough amplitude modulation (AM) format, whereas the DWDM technique is nothing more than the optical version of the frequency - vision multiplexing (FDM) technique. Moreover, adaptive equalization, ch- nel coding or maximum likelihood detection are still considered something “exotic” in the optical world. This is mainly due to the favourable char- teristics of the fiber optic channel (large bandwidth, low attenuation, channel stability, ...), which so far allowed us to use very simple transmission and detection techniques.
Since the advent of optical communications, a greattechnological effort has been devoted to the exploitation of the huge bandwidth of optical fibers. Sta- ing from a few Mb/s single channel systems, a fast and constant technological development has led to the actual 10 Gb/s per channel dense wavelength - vision multiplexing (DWDM) systems, with dozens of channels on a single fiber. Transmitters and receivers are now ready for 40 Gb/s, whereas hundreds of channels can be simultaneously amplified by optical amplifiers. Nevertheless, despite such a pace in technological progress, optical c- munications are still in a primitive stage if compared, for instance, to radio communications: the widely spread on-off keying (OOK) modulation format is equivalent to the rough amplitude modulation (AM) format, whereas the DWDM technique is nothing more than the optical version of the frequency - vision multiplexing (FDM) technique. Moreover, adaptive equalization, ch- nel coding or maximum likelihood detection are still considered something “exotic” in the optical world. This is mainly due to the favourable char- teristics of the fiber optic channel (large bandwidth, low attenuation, channel stability, ...), which so far allowed us to use very simple transmission and detection techniques.
Preface

Part I: Information and Communication Theory for Optical Communications
Solving the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation; Enrico Forestieri and Marco Secondini
Modulation and Detection Techniques for DWDM Systems; Joseph M. Kahn and Keang-Po Ho
Best Optical Filtering for Duobinary Transmission; G. Bosco, A. Carena, V. Curri, and P. Poggiolini
Theoretical Limits for the Dispersion Limited Optical Channel; Roberto Gaudino
Capacity Bounds for MIMO Poisson Channels with Inter-Symbol Interference; Alfonso Martinez
Qspace Project: Quantum Cryptography in Space; C. Barbieri, G. Cariolaro, T. Occhipinti, C. Pernechele, F. Tamburini, P. Villoresi
Quantum-Aided Classical Cryptography with a Moving Target; Fabrizio Tamburini, Sante Andreoli, and Tommaso Occhipinti

Part II: Coding Theory and Techniques
Channel Coding for Optical Communications; Sergio Benedetto and Gabriella Bosco
Soft Decoding in Optical Systems: Turbo Product Codes vs. LDPC Codes; Gabriella Bosco and Sergio Benedetto
Iterative Decoding and Error Code Correction Method in Holographic Data Storage; Attila Süto and Emoke Lorincz Performance of Optical Time-Spread CDMA/PPM with Multiple Access and Multipath Interference; B. Zeidler G. C. Papen, and L. Milstein
Performance Analysis and Comparison of Trellis-Coded and Turbo-Coded Optical CDMA Systems; M Kulkarni, P Purohit, and N. Kannan

Part III: Characterizing, Measuring, and Calculating Performance in Optical Fiber Communication Systems
A Methodology For Calculating Performance in an Optical Fiber Communications System; C. K Menyuk, B. S. Marks, and J. Zweck
Markov Chain Monte Carlo Technique for Outage Probability Evaluation in PMD-Compensated Systems; Marco Secondini, Enrico Forestieri, and Giancarlo Prati
A Parametric Gain Approach to Performance Evaluation of DPSK/DQPSK Systems with Nonlinear Phase Noise; P. Serena, A. Orlandini, and A. Bononi
Characterization ofIntrachannel Nonlinear Distortion in Ultra-High Bit-Rate Transmission Systems; Robert I. Killey, Vitaly Mikhailov, Shamil Appathurai, and Polina Bayvel
Mathematical and Experimental Analysis of Interferometric Crosstalk Noise Incorporating Chirp Effect in Directly Modulated Systems; Efraim Buimovich-Rotem and Dan Sadot
On the Impact of MPI in All-Raman Dispersion-Compensated IMDD and DPSK Links; Stefan Tenenbaum and Pierluigi Poggiolini

Part IV: Modulation Formats and Detection
Modulation Formats for Optical Fiber Transmission; Klaus Petermann
Dispersion Limitations in Optical Systems Using Offset DPSK; Jin Wang and Joseph M. Kahn
Integrated Optical FIR-Filters for Adaptive Equalization of Fiber Channel Impairments at 40 Gbit/s; M. Bohn, W. Rosenkranz, F. Horst, B. J. Offrein, G. -L. Bona, P. Krummrich Performance of Electronic Equalization Applied to Innovative Transmission Techniques; Vittorio Curri, Roberto Gaudino, and Antonio Napoli Performance Bounds of MLSE in Intensity Modulated Fiber Optic Links; N. Alic, G. C. Papen, L. B. Milstein, P. H. Siegel, and Y. Fainman
On MLSE Reception of Chromatic Dispersion Tolerant Modulation Schemes; Helmut Griesser, Joerg-Peter Elbers, and Christoph Glingener

Author Index
Index
Comprises the proceedings of the 2004 International Tyrrhenian Workshop on Digital Communications, which will be held in Italy in 2004
This "top quality event organized annually since 1983...by the Italian Inter-University Consortium for Telecommunications (CNIT)" is not an IFIP conference, but is being held in conjunction with the IFIP OpNeTec conference

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