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Title Optical Communication Systems : Limits and Possibilities / edited by Andrew Ellis, Mariia Sorokina
Published Singapore : Jenny Stanford Publishing, [2020]


Description 1 online resource (357 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; 1. Modelling High-Capacity Nonlinear Transmission Systems; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Nonlinear Fibre Propagation: From Single to Multimode; 1.2.1 Wave Equation; 1.2.2 Linear Propagation Effects; Loss; Chromatic dispersion; Birefringence; 1.2.3 Nonlinear Propagation Effects; 1.2.4 The Scalar Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation; 1.2.5 The Manakov-PMD Equation; 1.2.6 Extension to SDM Systems Using Multimode Fibre; 1.3 Solving the Manakov-PMD Equation; 1.3.1 Signal Representations; 1.3.2 Numerical Methods The split-step (Fourier) method1.3.2.2 Step-size control; The coarse-step model; 1.3.3 Simulation Framework for SDM Systems; 1.4 Accurate Modelling of System-Level Nonlinear Impairments; 1.4.1 Self-Phase Modulation; 1.4.2 Intra-Channel Cross-Phase Modulation and Four-Wave Mixing; 1.4.3 Cross-Phase Modulation; 1.4.4 Four-Wave Mixing; 1.4.5 Signal-Noise Interaction; 1.4.6 Cross-Polarization Modulation; 1.4.7 Stimulated Raman Scattering; 1.4.8 The Nature of the Nonlinear Interference Noise; 1.5 Guidelines for Modelling High-Capacity Nonlinear Systems
1.5.1 Overview of System Performance Criteria1.5.1.1 Bit-error-rate; Signal-to-noise ratio; System penalty and system margin; Error-vector magnitude; 1.5.2 Estimating the Bit-Error-Rate; Error-counting; BER estimation techniques; 1.5.3 Estimating System Average Performance and Outage Probability; System-level components modelling; Transmission link modelling; Deterministic propagation; Modelling stochastic propagation effects; 1.6 Summary and Outlook; 2. Basic Optical Fiber Nonlinear Limits
2.1 Nonlinear Behavior of Optical Fibers2.1.1 Kerr Nonlinear Effects in a Single-Span Transmission System; 2.1.2 Kerr Nonlinear Effects in a Multi-Span Transmission System; 2.2 Noise Accumulation Optical Transmission Systems; 2.2.1 Total Nonlinear Kerr Noise; 2.2.2 Total Linear ASE Noise; 2.2.3 Total Signal-ASE Nonlinear Noise; 2.3 Performance of Coherently Detected Optical Transmission Systems; 3. Fiber Nonlinearity Compensation: Performance Limits and Commercial Outlook; 3.1 Fiber Nonlinearity Compensation; 3.2 Digital Back Propagation; 3.2.1 DBP Performance Scaling
3.2.2 DBP Performance Limits3.3 Phase Conjugation; 3.3.1 Pre-Dispersed PC; 3.3.2 Comparison of Single-Channel DBP and PC; 3.4 Commercial Applications and Perspective; 4. Phase-Conjugated Twin Waves and Phase-Conjugated Coding; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 General Principle; 4.2.1 Phase-Conjugated Twin Waves; 4.2.2 Nonlinear Noise Squeezing; 4.2.3 Connection between NLNS and PCTW; 4.2.4 Generalized Phase-Conjugated Twin Waves; 4.3 Benefit and Limitation of PCTW; 4.3.1 SNR and Capacity Gain in PCTW-Based Transmissions; 4.3.2 Benefit and Application Range of PCTW; 4.4 Phase-Conjugated Pilot
Summary Telecommunications have underpinned social interaction and economic activity since the 19th century and have been increasingly reliant on optical fibers since their initial commercial deployment by BT in 1983. Today, mobile phone networks, data centers, and broadband services that facilitate our entertainment, commerce, and increasingly health provision are built on hidden optical fiber networks. However, recently it emerged that the fiber network is beginning to fill up, leading to the talk of a capacity crunch where the capacity still grows but struggles to keep up with the increasing demand. This book, featuring contributions by the suppliers of widely deployed simulation software and academic authors, illustrates the origins of the limited performance of an optical fiber from the engineering, physics, and information theoretic viewpoints. Solutions are then discussed by pioneers in each of the respective fields, with near-term solutions discussed by industrially based authors, and more speculative high-potential solutions discussed by leading academic groups
Notes 4.4.1 Principle
Andrew Ellis is professor of optical communications at Aston University, UK, where he is also deputy director of the Institute of Photonics Technologies. His research interests include the evolution of core and metro networks and the application of photonics to sensing. He has published over 170 journal papers and over 25 patents in the field of photonics, primarily targeted at increasing capacity, reach, and functionality in the optical layer. Prof. Ellis is a member of the Institute of Physics and the Institute of Engineering Technology and a Chartered Physicist. He is an associate editor of Optics Express. Mariia Sorokina holds a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship at Aston University, UK, where her main areas of research include neuromorphic computing, information theory, fiber-optic communication, digital and optical signal processing, and machine learning. Dr. Sorokina has published over 40 papers in leading journals and conferences, made over 20 invited talks, and acquired three patents, developing novel signal-processing technologies that enable communication rates above previously established limits
Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 04, 2019)
Subject Optical communications.
COMPUTERS -- Networking -- General.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- General.
Optical communications.
Form Electronic book
Author Ellis, Andrew W., editor
Sorokina, Marii︠a︡, editor
ISBN 9780429650901