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Fiber nonlinearity compensation of WDM-PDM 16-QAM signaling using multiple optical phase conjugations over a distributed Raman-amplified link
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هندسة التخصص العام:
Adnan S. Abbas اسم الناشر:
Mazin M. Elias and Raad S. Fyat اسماء المساعدين:
Photonic Network Communications, Journal الجهة الناشرة:
Photonic Network Communications ISSN: 1387-974X (Print) 1572-8188 (Online) Description This journal publishes papers involving optical communication networks. Coverage includes network and system technologies; network and system architectures; network access and control; network design, planning, and operation; interworking; and application design for an optical infrastructure This journal publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed papers presenting research results, major achievements, and trends involving all aspects of optical network communications. Among the topics explored are transport, access, and customer premises networks; local, regional, and global networks; transoceanic and undersea networks; optical transparent networks; WDM, HWDM, and OTDM networks and more.  
2017 سنة النشر:

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Abstract In this paper, multiple optical phase conjugation (OPC) devices were used along the optical link to improve the performance of an 8×256 Gbps polarization-division multiplexing 16-state quadrature amplitude modulation signaling, producing total bit rate of 2.048 Tbps. A 50-GHz spaced, eight-channel wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) communication system was considered using 912 km dispersion-unmanaged standard single-mode fiber link with backward distributed Raman pumps. The performance of a dual-pump highly nonlinear fiber-based OPC was investigated analytically using a set of eight nonlinear Schrödinger equations taking into account the effect of polarization. Simulation results were compared with the case of mid-span optical phase conjugation (MS-OPC) compensation scheme showing better performance in terms of achievable Q-factor, optimal signal launched power, and the total length of the transmission link. In 256 Gbps, single-channel scenario, a Q-factor improvement of 1.35 dB was achieved and the nonlinear threshold was increased by∼4 dB compared to the case of MS-OPC. Moreover, using multiple OPC led to increase the length of the transmission link by 30.7% compared with the case of MS-OPC. In 2.048 Tbps WDM system, a maximum Q-factor of 9.27 dB over the same link was obtained showing an improvement of 0.62 dB over the MS-OPC case. The simulation results were compared with published analogous experimental data showing very good agreement.