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Coded OFDM in Fiber-Optics Communication Systems with Optimum biasing of Laser
Er. Kamaljit Singh Bhatia, R. S. Kaler, T.S.Kamal, Rajneesh Kaler
Pages - 33 - 43     |    Revised - 01-05-2011     |    Published - 31-05-2011
Volume - 5   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - May / June 2011  Table of Contents
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Optical, OFDM, RIN, Coding Techniques
ABSTRACT
Abstract----A novel high spectral efficiency all-optical sampling orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing scheme is proposed using space frequency Block coding (SFBC) techniques and nonlinear behavior of vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser diodes is exploited by relative intensity to noise (RIN).We show that in long-haul fiber optics communications, SFBC-coded OFDM increases spectral efficiency and reduces the influence of chromatic dispersion in optical-OFDM system if RIN is adjusted to -155 dB/Hz
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Mr. Er. Kamaljit Singh Bhatia
RBIENT,Hoshiarpur - India
kamal_er@rediffmail.com
Dr. R. S. Kaler
- India
Dr. T.S.Kamal
- India
Dr. Rajneesh Kaler
- India