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Optical Communication Theory and Techniques

of: Enrico Forestieri

Springer-Verlag, 2006

ISBN: 9780387231365 , 216 Pages

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Optical Communication Theory and Techniques


 

Contents

5

Preface

8

Acknowledgments

10

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION THEORY FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS

11

SOLVING THE NONLINEAR SCHRÖDINGER EQUATION

12

1. INTRODUCTION

12

2. AN INTEGRAL EXPRESSION OF THE NLSE

13

3. A FIRST RECURRENCE RELATION CORRESPONDING TO A REGULAR PERTURBATION METHOD

14

4. AN IMPROVED RECURRENCE RELATION CORRESPONDING TO A LOGARITHMIC PERTURBATION METHOD

15

5. COMPUTATIONAL ISSUES

17

6. SOME RESULTS

18

7. CONCLUSIONS

19

REFERENCES

19

MODULATION AND DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR DWDM SYSTEMS

21

1. INTRODUCTION

21

2. DIRECT DETECTION OF PAM

23

3. INTERFEROMETRIC DETECTION OF DPSK

24

4. COHERENT DETECTION OF PSK AND QAM

25

5. DISCUSSION

26

REFERENCES

28

BEST OPTICAL FILTERING FOR DUOBINARY TRANSMISSION

29

1. INTRODUCTION

29

2. QUANTUM LIMIT FOR DUOBINARY

30

3. PULSE SHAPE DEPENDENCE OF BER

32

4. CONCLUSIONS

35

REFERENCES

35

THEORETICAL LIMITS FOR THE DISPERSION LIMITED OPTICAL CHANNEL

37

1. INTRODUCTION

37

2. MATHEMATICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROBLEM

38

2.1 The fundamental parameters and equations

40

2.2 The closed form solution

41

3. OPTIMAL CHIRP AND CHANNEL EQUIVALENT BANDWIDTH

42

4. CONCLUSION

44

REFERENCES

44

CAPACITY BOUNDS FOR MIMO POISSON CHANNELS WITH INTER-SYMBOL INTERFERENCE

45

1. INTRODUCTION

45

2. UNCONSTRAINED MIMO POISSON CHANNEL

46

3. CONSTRAINED MIMO POISSON CHANNELS

47

APPENDIX

48

APPENDIX B

51

APPENDIX C

52

REFERENCES

52

QSPACE PROJECT: QUANTUM CRYPTOGRAPHY IN SPACE

53

1. INTRODUCTION

53

2. THE Q-SPACE PROJECT

55

2.1 Description of the experimental setup

55

3. CATCHING THE PHOTON

57

3.1 Orbital fit and the link budget equation

57

3.2 Atmospheric seeing problems

58

3.3 Acquisition from ground targets

59

4. CONCLUSIONS

59

REFERENCES

60

QUANTUM-AIDED CLASSICAL CRYPTOGRAPHY WITH A MOVING TARGET

61

1. INTRODUCTION

61

2. QKD TO UPDATE A “MOTHER KEY”

62

3. TOY-APPLICATION IN F1 RACING

63

4. CONCLUSIONS

65

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

65

REFERENCES

66

CODING THEORY AND TECHNIQUES

68

CHANNEL CODING FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS

69

1. INTRODUCTION

69

2. THE “STANDARD” CODING SCHEME AND ITS AVATARS

71

3. THE IMPACT OF SOFT ITERATIVE DECODING

74

4. TURBO PRODUCT CODES

76

5. LOW-DENSITY PARITY-CHECK CODES

78

6. HIGH-SPEED PARALLEL DECODER ARCHITECTURES

80

7. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY

81

REFERENCES

81

SOFT DECODING IN OPTICAL SYSTEMS: TURBO PRODUCT CODES VS. LDPC CODES

85

1. INTRODUCTION

85

2. THE OPTICAL SYSTEM MODEL

86

3. CONCATENATED BLOCK CODES

87

4. LOW-DENSITY PARITY-CHECK CODES

88

5. APPLICATIONS AND SIMULATION RESULTS

88

5.1 Optical system description

88

5.2 Simulation results

88

6. CONCLUSIONS

92

REFERENCES

92

ITERATIVE DECODING AND ERROR CODE CORRECTION METHOD IN HOLOGRAPHIC DATA STORAGE

93

1. INTRODUCTION

93

2. CHANNEL MODEL

94

3. SOURCE ENCODING AND DECODING

96

4. SIMULATION RESULTS

98

5. EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

99

6. CONCLUSION

100

REFERENCES

100

PERFORMANCE OF OPTICAL TIME-SPREAD CDMA/ PPM WITH MULTIPLE ACCESS AND MULTIPATH INTERFERENCE

101

1. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

102

2. CHANNEL MODEL

103

2.1 Quantization of and system synchronization

103

3. INTENSITY SAMPLES

104

3.1 Total error probability

107

4. CONCLUSIONS

108

REFERENCES

108

PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF TRELLIS-CODED AND TURBO-CODED OPTICAL CDMA SYSTEMS

109

1. INTRODUCTION

110

2. SYSTEM MODEL

111

3. SIMULATION DETAILS

112

4. SIMULATION RESULTS

114

5. CONCLUSION

116

CHARACTERIZING, MEASURING, AND CALCULATING PERFORMANCE IN OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

117

A METHODOLOGY FOR CALCULATING PERFORMANCE IN AN OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

118

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

123

REFERENCES

124

MARKOV CHAIN MONTE CARLO TECHNIQUE FOR OUTAGE PROBABILITY EVALUATION IN PMD- COMPENSATED SYSTEMS

125

1. INTRODUCTION

125

2. MARKOV CHAIN MONTE CARLO METHOD

126

3. ACCURACY

129

4. RESULTS

131

5. CONCLUSIONS

132

REFERENCES

132

A PARAMETRIC GAIN APPROACH TO PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF DPSK/DQPSK SYSTEMS WITH NONLINEAR PHASE NOISE

133

1. INTRODUCTION

133

2. SYSTEM SET-UP

134

3. ASE STATISTICS

135

4. MODEL FOR NOISE PROPAGATION

136

5. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

137

6. CONCLUSIONS

139

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

140

REFERENCES

140

CHARACTERIZATION OF INTRACHANNEL NONLINEAR DISTORTION IN ULTRA-HIGH BIT-RATE TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

141

1. INTRODUCTION

141

2. CHARACTERIZING INTRACHANNEL NONLINEAR DISTORTION

142

2.1 Signal waveform distortion

142

2.2 Characterizing nonlinear distortion using BER measurements

149

3. CONCLUSIONS

151

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

152

REFERENCES

152

MATHEMATICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF INTERFEROMETRIC CROSSTALK NOISE INCORPORATING CHIRP EFFECT IN DIRECTLY MODULATED SYSTEMS

155

1. INTRODUCTION

155

2. CROSSTALK PDF CALCULATION

156

3. THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

157

REFERENCES

159

ON THE IMPACT OF MPI IN ALL-RAMAN DISPERSION-COMPENSATED IMDD AND DPSK LINKS

160

1. INTRODUCTION

160

2. THEORETICAL APPROACH

161

3. PENALTY RESULTS

163

4. ACCOUNTING FOR FIBER NONLINEARITIES

165

5. CONCLUSIONS

167

REFERENCES

167

MODULATION FORMATS AND DETECTION

168

MODULATION FORMATS FOR OPTICAL FIBER TRANSMISSION

169

1. INTRODUCTION

169

2. CLASSIFICATION OF MODULATION FORMATS

169

3. EXAMPLES

171

4. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

172

REFERENCES

173

DISPERSION LIMITATIONS IN OPTICAL SYSTEMS USING OFFSET DPSK MODULATION

175

1. INTRODUCTION

175

2. SYSTEM MODEL AND BER CALCULATION

176

3. CD AND PMD PENALTIES FOR AND

179

4. CONCLUSIONS

181

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

181

REFERENCES

181

INTEGRATED OPTICAL FIR-FILTERS FOR ADAPTIVE EQUALIZATION OF FIBER CHANNEL IMPAIRMENTS AT 40 GBIT/ S

182

1. INTRODUCTION

182

2. ADAPTIVE COMPENSATION OF CD AND PMD WITH ELECTRICAL SPECTRUM MONITORING AS FEEDBACK SIGNAL

184

3. CONCLUSION

187

REFERENCES

188

PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRONIC EQUALIZATION APPLIED TO INNOVATIVE TRANSMISSION TECHNIQUES

189

1. INTRODUCTION

189

1.1 System setup

190

2. SIMULATION AND RESULTS

192

3. CONCLUSIONS

195

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

196

REFERENCES

196

PERFORMANCE BOUNDS OF MLSE IN INTENSITY MODULATED FIBER OPTIC LINKS

197

1. INTRODUCTION

197

2. MLSE IN FIBER OPTIC LINKS

198

2.1 Error probability and performance

199

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

202

REFERENCES

202

ON MLSE RECEPTION OF CHROMATIC DISPERSION TOLERANT MODULATION SCHEMES

204

1. INTRODUCTION

204

2. MLSE FOR NONLINEAR CHANNELS

205

3. TRANSMISSION SCENARIO AND RESULTS

206

3.1 Static sampling phase sensitivity

207

3.2 Chirped NRZ modulation

208

3.3 Optical duobinary modulation

209

4. CONCLUSIONS

210

REFERENCES

210

Author Index

212

Index

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