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OFDM for Optical Communications

OFDM for Optical Communications Book
Author : William Shieh,Ivan Djordjevic
Publisher : Academic Press
Release : 2009-09-18
ISBN : 9780080952062
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The first book on optical OFDM by the leading pioneers in the field The only book to cover error correction codes for optical OFDM Gives applications of OFDM to free-space communications, optical access networks, and metro and log haul transports show optical OFDM can be implemented Contains introductions to signal processing for optical engineers and optical communication fundamentals for wireless engineers This book gives a coherent and comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of OFDM signal processing, with a distinctive focus on its broad range of applications. It evaluates the architecture, design and performance of a number of OFDM variations, discusses coded OFDM, and gives a detailed study of error correction codes for access networks, 100 Gb/s Ethernet and future optical networks. The emerging applications of optical OFDM, including single-mode fiber transmission, multimode fiber transmission, free space optical systems, and optical access networks are examined, with particular attention paid to passive optical networks, radio-over-fiber, WiMAX and UWB communications. Written by two of the leading contributors to the field, this book will be a unique reference for optical communications engineers and scientists. Students, technical managers and telecom executives seeking to understand this new technology for future-generation optical networks will find the book invaluable. William Shieh is an associate professor and reader in the electrical and electronic engineering department, The University of Melbourne, Australia. He received his M.S. degree in electrical engineering and Ph.D. degree in physics both from University of Southern California. Ivan Djordjevic is an Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Arizona, Tucson, where he directs the Optical Communications Systems Laboratory (OCSL). His current research interests include optical networks, error control coding, constrained coding, coded modulation, turbo equalization, OFDM applications, and quantum error correction. "This wonderful book is the first one to address the rapidly emerging optical OFDM field. Written by two leading researchers in the field, the book is structured to comprehensively cover any optical OFDM aspect one could possibly think of, from the most fundamental to the most specialized. The book adopts a coherent line of presentation, while striking a thoughtful balance between the various topics, gradually developing the optical-physics and communication-theoretic concepts required for deep comprehension of the topic, eventually treating the multiple optical OFDM methods, variations and applications. In my view this book will remain relevant for many years to come, and will be increasingly accessed by graduate students, accomplished researchers as well as telecommunication engineers and managers keen to attain a perspective on the emerging role of OFDM in the evolution of photonic networks." -- Prof. Moshe Nazarathy, EE Dept., Technion, Israel Institute of Technology * The first book on optical OFDM by the leading pioneers in the field * The only book to cover error correction codes for optical OFDM * Applications of OFDM to free-space communications, optical access networks, and metro and log haul transports show optical OFDM can be implemented * An introduction to signal processing for optical communications * An introduction to optical communication fundamentals for the wireless engineer

Safety Standards Truck Bus MPV Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards

Safety Standards   Truck  Bus  MPV  Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1986
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Orthogonal Frequency division Multiplexing for Optical Communications

Orthogonal Frequency division Multiplexing for Optical Communications Book
Author : Anonim
Publisher : Stanford University
Release : 2011
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The drive towards higher spectral efficiency and maximum power efficiency in optical systems has generated renewed interest in the optimization of optical transceivers. In this work, we study the different optical applications: Wide Area Networks (WANs), Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs), Local Area Networks (LANs) and Personal Area Networks (PANs). In WANs or long-haul systems, orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) can compensate for linear distortions, such as group-velocity dispersion (GVD) and polarization-mode dispersion (PMD), provided the cyclic prefix is sufficiently long. Typically, GVD is dominant, as it requires a longer cyclic prefix. Assuming coherent detection, we show how to analytically compute the minimum number of subcarriers and cyclic prefix length required to achieve a specified power penalty, trading off power penalties from the cyclic prefix and from residual inter-symbol interference (ISI) and inter-carrier interference (ICI). We derive an analytical expression for the power penalty from residual ISI and ICI. We also show that when nonlinear effects are present in the fiber, single-carrier with digital equalization outperforms OFDM for various dispersion maps. We also study the impairments of electrical to optical conversion when using Mach-Zehnder (MZ) modulators. OFDM has a high peak-to-average ratio (PAR), which can result in low optical power efficiency when modulated through a Mach-Zehnder (MZ) modulator. In addition, the nonlinear characteristic of the MZ can cause significant distortion on the OFDM signal, leading to in-band intermodulation products between subcarriers. We show that a quadrature MZ with digital pre-distortion and hard clipping is able to overcome the previous impairments. We consider quantization noise and compute the minimum number of bits required in the digital-to-analog converter (D/A). Finally, we discuss a dual-drive MZ as a simpler alternative for the OFDM modulator, but our results show that it requires a higher oversampling ratio to achieve the same performance as the quadrature MZ. In MANs, we discuss the use OFDM for combating GVD effects in amplified direct-detection (DD) systems using single-mode fiber. We review known direct-detection OFDM techniques, including asymmetrically clipped optical OFDM (ACO-OFDM), DC-clipped OFDM (DC-OFDM) and single-sideband OFDM (SSB-OFDM), and derive a linearized channel model for each technique. We present an iterative procedure to achieve optimum power allocation for each OFDM technique, since there is no closed-form solution for amplified DD systems. For each technique, we minimize the optical power required to transmit at a given bit rate and normalized GVD by iteratively adjusting the bias and optimizing the power allocation among the subcarriers. We verify that SSB-OFDM has the best optical power efficiency among the different OFDM techniques. We compare these OFDM techniques to on-off keying (OOK) with maximum-likelihood sequence detection (MLSD) and show that SSB-OFDM can achieve the same optical power efficiency as OOK with MLSD, but at the cost of requiring twice the electrical bandwidth and also a complex quadrature modulator. We compare the computational complexity of the different techniques and show that SSB-OFDM requires fewer operations per bit than OOK with MLSD. In LANs, we compare the performance of several OFDM schemes to that of OOK in combating modal dispersion in multimode fiber links. We review known OFDM techniques using intensity modulation with direct detection (IM/DD), including DC-OFDM, ACO-OFDM and pulse-amplitude modulated discrete multitone (PAM-DMT). We describe an iterative procedure to achieve optimal power allocation for DC-OFDM, and compare analytically the performance of ACO-OFDM and PAM-DMT. We also consider unipolar M-ary pulse-amplitude modulation (M-PAM) with minimum mean-square error decision-feedback equalization (MMSE-DFE). For each technique, we quantify the optical power

OFDM for Optical and Radio Communications

OFDM for Optical and Radio Communications Book
Author : Xia Li
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2009
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This thesis presents two original ontributions on orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM). The first is a thorough investigation of the error performance and channel capacity of asymmetrically clipped optical OFDM (ACO-OFDM). ACO-OFDM is a modulation scheme designed specifically for optical communications. The second concerns the use of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) OFDM in radio frequency (RF) systems. A new scheme which uses polynomial cancellation coding (PCC) OFDM with time offsets is proposed. This new scheme is robust to both carrier frequency offset (CFO) and channel estimation errors. OFDM has been used extensively to reduce the effect of dispersion in wired and wireless RF systems. Although dispersion is also a problem in optical wireless systems, OFDM has not until recently been considered for use in these. This is because optical wireless systems use intensity modulation (IM) and so the transmitted signals must be nonnegative and as a result conventional OFDM signals which are bipolar cannot be used directly. ACO-OFDM and DC biased optical OFDM (DCO-OFDM) are two non-negative forms of OFDM developed for optical systems. Both are robust to ISI but ACO-OFDM is in most cases much more power efficient. In this thesis results are presented for the performance of ACO-OFDM, DCO-OFDM and conventional optical modulation schemes such as on-off keying (OOK) and pulse position modulation (PPM) for both dispersive and non-dispersive channels. These show that ACO-OFDM is more tolerant to dispersion and requires less optical power than the other modulation schemes. To investigate the theoretical limits of an ACO-OFDM system, closed form analytical expressions for the channel capacity of ACO-OFDM are derived both for a flat channel and for representative dispersive optical wireless channels. The capacity of ACO-OFDM cannot be compared with the general case of an intensity modulated signal, because no general solution for this has yet been found. Instead the mutual information of an ACO-OFDM signal is calculated and compared with two other signal distributions: an exponential distribution and a clipped-Gaussian distribution.The combination of OFDM and MIMO has been used in several radio standards. However, MIMO OFDM systems like single-input single-output (SISO) OFDM systems are very sensitive to CFO. An improved MIMO PCC OFDM system is proposed in this thesis. In this system, the signals transmitted from different antennae have different time offsets. At the receiver, OFDM symbols are demodulated by using each of these time offsets in a matched detection window. This system shows better performance than a MIMO PCC OFDM system without time offsets in two cases: when there are channel estimation errors and in MIMO systems with more transmit antennae than receive antennae.

Digital Signal Processing for High Speed Optical Communication

Digital Signal Processing for High Speed Optical Communication Book
Author : Jianjun Yu,Xinying Li,Junwen Zhang
Publisher : World Scientific Publishing Company
Release : 2018-03-09
ISBN : 9813233990
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING IN OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING IN OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Book
Author : Ashad Ullah Qureshi
Publisher : Concepts Books Publication
Release : 2022-01-17
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Optical fiber communication has emerged as a high potential substitute for communication methods such as twisted pair and coaxial wire. The main advantage of optical fiber over previous methods is to have higher capacity of data rate transmission. The conventional types of modulation and demodulation technique, which have been used through optical fiber communication system are Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technique and Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) technique so far. In this thesis, the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is applied through the modulation and demodulation parts due to some advantages over WDM and DWDM to reach to 100 Gbps data transmission. The main advantage of OFDM-optical fiber is that it only needs one optical source to modulate and one optical source to demodulate the signals at transmitter side and receiver side, which results in a reduction of the cost of the system. Also, by using the OFDM, the chromatic dispersion can be eliminated or decreased. The first generation of optical fiber communication uses the Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM), which has become very popular. In this technique of modulation, optical carriers are modulated at different wavelengths into a single optical fiber, the Long-Haul WDM transmission system. For example, by using a 160 wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) channels of 85.4-Gb/s, the 25.6 Tb/s data are transmitted over 240 Km fiber on a 50-GHz channel spacing. At this study, RZDQPSK system is used with having 50% duty cycle of return to zero formats.

All optical Communication System Based on Orthogonal Frequency division Multiplexing OFDM and Optical Time division Multiplexing OTDM

All optical Communication System Based on Orthogonal Frequency division Multiplexing  OFDM  and Optical Time division Multiplexing  OTDM  Book
Author : Héctor Cañibano Nuñez
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2014
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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[ANGLÈS] We propose and demonstrate a novel principle that combines optical orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (O-OFDM) and optical time-division multiplexing (OTDM). The principle is based on generating and time-multiplexing an OFDM symbol with a low duty-cycle, thus obtaining a higher aggregate bitrate. In principle the low duty-cycle OFDM symbol can be generated by pulse carving the symbol from a WDM source. In the receiver the obtained OTDM+OFDM signal is time-demultiplexed, which then allows frequency-demultiplexing the different subcarriers with an optical band-pass filter (OBPF). We have performed numerical simulations to identify the dependence of the performance on a number of parameters, for example to optimize the OBPF bandwidth. In an experimental demonstration, we achieve error-free performance for a 640 Gbits/s DPSK OFDM+OTDM signal based in a 50GHz spacing grid, yielding a spectral efficiency of 0,8 bit/Hz/s. Note that the OFDM symbol in the demonstration is achieved from a wavelength selective switch (WSS) based transmitter instead of by pulse carving a symbol from a WDM source.

Advanced Optical and Wireless Communications Systems

Advanced Optical and Wireless Communications Systems Book
Author : Ivan B. Djordjevic
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2017-12-28
ISBN : 3319631519
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This textbook introduces the advanced topics of: (i) wireless communications, (ii) free-space optical (FSO) communications, (iii) indoor optical wireless (IR) communications, and (iv) fiber-optics communications and presents these different types of communication systems in a unified fashion for better practical use. Fundamental concepts, such as propagation principles, modulation formats, channel coding, diversity principles, MIMO signal processing, multicarrier modulation, equalization, adaptive modulation and coding, detection principles, and software defined transmission are first described and then followed up with a detailed look at each particular system. The book is self-contained and structured to provide straightforward guidance to readers looking to capture fundamentals and gain theoretical and practical knowledge about wireless communications, optical communications, and fiber-optics communications, all which can be readily applied in studies, research, and practical applications. The textbook is intended for an upper undergraduate or graduate level course in optical communication. It features problems, an appendix with all background material needed, and homework.

Enabling Technologies for High Spectral efficiency Coherent Optical Communication Networks

Enabling Technologies for High Spectral efficiency Coherent Optical Communication Networks Book
Author : Xiang Zhou,Chongjin Xie
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release : 2016-04-29
ISBN : 1119078253
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Presents the technological advancements that enable high spectral-efficiency and high-capacity fiber-optic communication systems and networks This book examines key technology advances in high spectral-efficiency fiber-optic communication systems and networks, enabled by the use of coherent detection and digital signal processing (DSP). The first of this book’s 16 chapters is a detailed introduction. Chapter 2 reviews the modulation formats, while Chapter 3 focuses on detection and error correction technologies for coherent optical communication systems. Chapters 4 and 5 are devoted to Nyquist-WDM and orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM). In chapter 6, polarization and nonlinear impairments in coherent optical communication systems are discussed. The fiber nonlinear effects in a non-dispersion-managed system are covered in chapter 7. Chapter 8 describes linear impairment equalization and Chapter 9 discusses various nonlinear mitigation techniques. Signal synchronization is covered in Chapters 10 and 11. Chapter 12 describes the main constraints put on the DSP algorithms by the hardware structure. Chapter 13 addresses the fundamental concepts and recent progress of photonic integration. Optical performance monitoring and elastic optical network technology are the subjects of Chapters 14 and 15. Finally, Chapter 16 discusses spatial-division multiplexing and MIMO processing technology, a potential solution to solve the capacity limit of single-mode fibers. • Contains basic theories and up-to-date technology advancements in each chapter • Describes how capacity-approaching coding schemes based on low-density parity check (LDPC) and spatially coupled LDPC codes can be constructed by combining iterative demodulation and decoding • Demonstrates that fiber nonlinearities can be accurately described by some analytical models, such as GN-EGN model • Presents impairment equalization and mitigation techniques Enabling Technologies for High Spectral-efficiency Coherent Optical Communication Networks is a reference for researchers, engineers, and graduate students. Xiang Zhou is a Tech Lead within Google Platform Advanced Technology. Before joining Google, he was with AT&T Labs, conducting research on various aspects of optical transmission and photonics networking technologies. Dr. Zhou is an OSA fellow and an associate editor for Optics Express. He has extensive publications in the field of optical communications. Chongjin Xie is a senior director at Ali Infrastructure Service, Alibaba Group. Before joining Alibaba Group, he was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent. Dr. Xie is a fellow of OSA and senior member of IEEE. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Lightwave Technology and has served in various conference committees.

Interoperability of NRZ EPD and O OFDM in Optical Communication Systems

Interoperability of NRZ EPD and O OFDM in Optical Communication Systems Book
Author : Hu Chen
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2008
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Optical Communications

Optical Communications Book
Author : Alberto Paradisi,Rafael Carvalho Figueiredo,Andrea Chiuchiarelli,Eduardo de Souza Rosa
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2018-09-04
ISBN : 3319971875
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book focuses on recent research and developments on optical communications. The chapters present different aspects of optical communication systems, comprising high capacity transmission over long distances, coherent and intensity modulated technologies, orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, ultrafast switching techniques, and photonic integrated devices. Digital signal processing and error correction techniques are also addressed. The content is of interest to graduate students and researchers in optical communications.

Optical Fiber Telecommunications VIB

Optical Fiber Telecommunications VIB Book
Author : Xi Chen,Abdullah Al Amin,An Li,William Shieh
Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
Release : 2013-05-11
ISBN : 0128060808
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In this chapter, we present an overview of multicarrier transmission and its application to optical communication. Specifically, we first introduce the historical perspectives in the development of optical multicarrier technologies. We then present different variants of optical multicarrier transmission. We also highlight the problem of fiber nonlinearity in optical multicarrier transmission systems and present an analysis of fiber capacity under nonlinear impairments. Furthermore, we discuss applications of multicarrier techniques to long-haul systems, access networks, and free-space optical communication systems. Finally, we summarize with some possible research directions in implementing multicarrier technologies in optical transmission.

Orthogonal Frequency division Multiplexing for Optical Communications

Orthogonal Frequency division Multiplexing for Optical Communications Book
Author : Daniel Jose Fernandes Barros
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2011
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The drive towards higher spectral efficiency and maximum power efficiency in optical systems has generated renewed interest in the optimization of optical transceivers. In this work, we study the different optical applications: Wide Area Networks (WANs), Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs), Local Area Networks (LANs) and Personal Area Networks (PANs). In WANs or long-haul systems, orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) can compensate for linear distortions, such as group-velocity dispersion (GVD) and polarization-mode dispersion (PMD), provided the cyclic prefix is sufficiently long. Typically, GVD is dominant, as it requires a longer cyclic prefix. Assuming coherent detection, we show how to analytically compute the minimum number of subcarriers and cyclic prefix length required to achieve a specified power penalty, trading off power penalties from the cyclic prefix and from residual inter-symbol interference (ISI) and inter-carrier interference (ICI). We derive an analytical expression for the power penalty from residual ISI and ICI. We also show that when nonlinear effects are present in the fiber, single-carrier with digital equalization outperforms OFDM for various dispersion maps. We also study the impairments of electrical to optical conversion when using Mach-Zehnder (MZ) modulators. OFDM has a high peak-to-average ratio (PAR), which can result in low optical power efficiency when modulated through a Mach-Zehnder (MZ) modulator. In addition, the nonlinear characteristic of the MZ can cause significant distortion on the OFDM signal, leading to in-band intermodulation products between subcarriers. We show that a quadrature MZ with digital pre-distortion and hard clipping is able to overcome the previous impairments. We consider quantization noise and compute the minimum number of bits required in the digital-to-analog converter (D/A). Finally, we discuss a dual-drive MZ as a simpler alternative for the OFDM modulator, but our results show that it requires a higher oversampling ratio to achieve the same performance as the quadrature MZ. In MANs, we discuss the use OFDM for combating GVD effects in amplified direct-detection (DD) systems using single-mode fiber. We review known direct-detection OFDM techniques, including asymmetrically clipped optical OFDM (ACO-OFDM), DC-clipped OFDM (DC-OFDM) and single-sideband OFDM (SSB-OFDM), and derive a linearized channel model for each technique. We present an iterative procedure to achieve optimum power allocation for each OFDM technique, since there is no closed-form solution for amplified DD systems. For each technique, we minimize the optical power required to transmit at a given bit rate and normalized GVD by iteratively adjusting the bias and optimizing the power allocation among the subcarriers. We verify that SSB-OFDM has the best optical power efficiency among the different OFDM techniques. We compare these OFDM techniques to on-off keying (OOK) with maximum-likelihood sequence detection (MLSD) and show that SSB-OFDM can achieve the same optical power efficiency as OOK with MLSD, but at the cost of requiring twice the electrical bandwidth and also a complex quadrature modulator. We compare the computational complexity of the different techniques and show that SSB-OFDM requires fewer operations per bit than OOK with MLSD. In LANs, we compare the performance of several OFDM schemes to that of OOK in combating modal dispersion in multimode fiber links. We review known OFDM techniques using intensity modulation with direct detection (IM/DD), including DC-OFDM, ACO-OFDM and pulse-amplitude modulated discrete multitone (PAM-DMT). We describe an iterative procedure to achieve optimal power allocation for DC-OFDM, and compare analytically the performance of ACO-OFDM and PAM-DMT. We also consider unipolar M-ary pulse-amplitude modulation (M-PAM) with minimum mean-square error decision-feedback equalization (MMSE-DFE). For each technique, we quantify the optical power required to transmit at a given bit rate in a variety of multimode fibers. For a given symbol rate, we find that unipolar M-PAM with MMSE-DFE has a better power performance than all OFDM formats. Furthermore, we observe that the difference in performance between M-PAM and OFDM increases as the spectral efficiency increases. We also find that at a spectral efficiency of 1 bit/symbol, OOK performs better than ACO-OFDM using a symbol rate twice that of OOK. At higher spectral efficiencies, M-PAM performs only slightly better than ACO-OFDM using twice the symbol rate, but requires less electrical bandwidth and can employ analog-to-digital converters at a speed only 81% of that required for ACO-OFDM. In PANs, we evaluate the performance of the three IM/DD OFDM schemes in combating multipath distortion in indoor optical wireless links, comparing them to unipolar M-PAM with MMSE-DFE. For each modulation method, we quantify the received electrical SNR required at a given bit rate on a given channel, considering an ensemble of 170 indoor wireless channels. When using the same symbol rate for all modulation methods, M-PAM with MMSE-DFE has better performance than any OFDM format over a range of spectral efficiencies, with the advantage of M-PAM increasing at high spectral efficiency. ACO-OFDM and PAM-DMT have practically identical performance at any spectral efficiency. They are the best OFDM formats at low spectral efficiency, whereas DC-OFDM is best at high spectral efficiency. When ACO-OFDM or PAM-DMT are allowed to use twice the symbol rate of M-PAM, these OFDM formats have better performance than M-PAM. When channel state information is unavailable at the transmitter, however, M-PAM significantly outperforms all OFDM formats. When using the same symbol rate for all modulation methods, M-PAM requires approximately three times more computational complexity per processor than all OFDM formats and 63% faster analog-to-digital converters, assuming oversampling ratios of 1.23 and 2 for ACO-OFDM and M-PAM, respectively. When OFDM uses twice the symbol rate of M-PAM, OFDM requires 23% faster analog-to-digital converters than M-PAM but OFDM requires approximately 40% less computational complexity than M-PAM per processor.

Optical Fiber and Wireless Communications

Optical Fiber and Wireless Communications Book
Author : Rastislav Róka
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
Release : 2017-06-21
ISBN : 953513275X
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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The book Optical Fiber and Wireless Communications provides a platform for practicing researchers, academics, PhD students, and other scientists to review, plan, design, analyze, evaluate, intend, process, and implement diversiform issues of optical fiber and wireless systems and networks, optical technology components, optical signal processing, and security. The 17 chapters of the book demonstrate capabilities and potentialities of optical communication to solve scientific and engineering problems with varied degrees of complexity.

Optical OFDM Systems

Optical OFDM Systems Book
Author : Kamaljit Singh Bhatia
Publisher : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Release : 2013
ISBN : 9783659347764
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This book intends to give a coherent and comprehensive introduction to the fundamentals of OFDM signal processing and coding, with a distinctive focus on its broad range of applications. It is designed for two diverse groups of researchers: (1) optical communication engineers who are proficient in optical science and interested in applying OFDM technology, but who are intimidated by sophisticated OFDM terminologies, and (2) wireless communication engineers who are content with their DSP skill set, but are disoriented by a perceived huge gap between the optical and radio-frequency (RF) communications worlds. We have attempted to make the individual chapters self-contained while maintaining the flow and connectivity between them

OFDM Systems for Optical Communication with Intensity Modulation and Direct Detection

OFDM Systems for Optical Communication with Intensity Modulation and Direct Detection Book
Author : Jian Dang
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2017
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Intensity modulation and direct detection (IM/DD) is a cost-effective optical communication strategy which finds wide applications in fiber communication, free-space optical communication, and indoor visible light communication. In IM/DD, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), originally employed in radio frequency communication, is considered as a strong candidate solution to combat with channel distortions. In this research, we investigate various potential OFDM forms that are suitable for IM/DD channel. We will elaborate the design principles of different OFDM transmitters and investigate different types of receivers including the proposed iterative receiver. In addition, we will analyze the spectral efficiency and decoding complexities of different OFDM systems to give a whole picture of their performance. Finally, simulation results are given to assess the detection performance of different receivers.

Optical Communications and Networking

Optical Communications and Networking Book
Author : Zhongqi Pan,Qiang Wang,Yang Yue,Hao Huang,Changjing Bao
Publisher : MDPI
Release : 2020-03-10
ISBN : 3039282581
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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In the past few decades, the optical communication industry has explored multiple degrees of freedom of the photon, such as time, wavelength, amplitude, phase, polarization, and space, to significantly reduce the cost/bit of data transmission by increasing the capacity per fiber through multiplexing technology and by reducing the size and power through electronic and photonic integration. This book aims to explore the latest advancements in this industry, including the technologies in devices, systems, and network levels with applications from short-reach chip-to-chip interconnections to long-haul backbone communications at the trans-oceanic distance.

Comparison of OFDM with Single Carrier in High data Rate Optical Communication Systems

Comparison of OFDM with Single Carrier in High data Rate Optical Communication Systems Book
Author : Alberto Diaz Souto,Antonio Napoli,Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria de Telecomunicació de Barcelona,Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Departament de Teoria del Senyal i Comunicacions
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2011
ISBN : 0987650XXX
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Analysis of Orthogonal FDM modulation for long-haul optical communications, and validation of its performances over conventional transmission.

Optical Communication

Optical Communication Book
Author : Narottam Das
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
Release : 2012-10-03
ISBN : 9535107844
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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Optical communication is very much useful in telecommunication systems, data processing and networking. It consists of a transmitter that encodes a message into an optical signal, a channel that carries the signal to its desired destination, and a receiver that reproduces the message from the received optical signal. It presents up to date results on communication systems, along with the explanations of their relevance, from leading researchers in this field. The chapters cover general concepts of optical communication, components, systems, networks, signal processing and MIMO systems. In recent years, optical components and other enhanced signal processing functions are also considered in depth for optical communications systems. The researcher has also concentrated on optical devices, networking, signal processing, and MIMO systems and other enhanced functions for optical communication. This book is targeted at research, development and design engineers from the teams in manufacturing industry, academia and telecommunication industries.

Physical Layer Security and Quantum Key Distribution

Physical Layer Security and Quantum Key Distribution Book
Author : Ivan B. Djordjevic
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2019-09-14
ISBN : 3030275655
Language : En, Es, Fr & De

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This textbook integrates the most advanced topics of physical-layer security, cryptography, covert/stealth communications, quantum key distribution (QKD), and cyber security to tackle complex security issues. After introducing the reader to various concepts and practices, the author addresses how these can work together to target problems, rather than treating them as separate disciplines. This book offers students an in-depth exposition on: cryptography, information-theoretic approach to cryptography, physical-layer security, covert/stealth/low-probability of detection communications, quantum information theory, QKD, and cyber security; to mention few. The goal is to provide a unified description of the most advanced topics related to: (i) modern cryptography, (ii) physical-layer security, (iii) QKD, (iv) covert communications, and (v) cyber security. Each chapter is followed by a set of problems. Also, for readers to better understand the book, an appendix covers all needed background. Homework problems and lecture notes are available online. The book does not require any prior knowledge or prerequisite material.