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Computer Science - Communication Networks | Optical Communication Theory and Techniques

Optical Communication Theory and Techniques

Forestieri, Enrico (Ed.)

2005, XII, 216 p.

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Since the advent of optical communications, a greattechnological effort has been devoted to the exploitation of the huge bandwidth of optical fibers. Sta- ing from a few Mb/s single channel systems, a fast and constant technological development has led to the actual 10 Gb/s per channel dense wavelength - vision multiplexing (DWDM) systems, with dozens of channels on a single fiber. Transmitters and receivers are now ready for 40 Gb/s, whereas hundreds of channels can be simultaneously amplified by optical amplifiers. Nevertheless, despite such a pace in technological progress, optical c- munications are still in a primitive stage if compared, for instance, to radio communications: the widely spread on-off keying (OOK) modulation format is equivalent to the rough amplitude modulation (AM) format, whereas the DWDM technique is nothing more than the optical version of the frequency - vision multiplexing (FDM) technique. Moreover, adaptive equalization, ch- nel coding or maximum likelihood detection are still considered something “exotic” in the optical world. This is mainly due to the favourable char- teristics of the fiber optic channel (large bandwidth, low attenuation, channel stability, ...), which so far allowed us to use very simple transmission and detection techniques.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Modulation - Phase - Symbol - Transmission - Trellis-Code - Turbo-Code - code - coding theory - communication - communication system - communication systems - information - interference - online - optical communication

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Optics & Lasers - Signals & Communication - Theoretical Computer Science

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Preface Part I: Information and Communication Theory for Optical Communications Solving the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation; Enrico Forestieri and Marco Secondini Modulation and Detection Techniques for DWDM Systems; Joseph M. Kahn and Keang-Po Ho Best Optical Filtering for Duobinary Transmission; G. Bosco, A. Carena, V. Curri, and P. Poggiolini Theoretical Limits for the Dispersion Limited Optical Channel; Roberto Gaudino Capacity Bounds for MIMO Poisson Channels with Inter-Symbol Interference; Alfonso Martinez Qspace Project: Quantum Cryptography in Space; C. Barbieri, G. Cariolaro, T. Occhipinti, C. Pernechele, F. Tamburini, P. Villoresi Quantum-Aided Classical Cryptography with a Moving Target; Fabrizio Tamburini, Sante Andreoli, and Tommaso Occhipinti Part II: Coding Theory and Techniques Channel Coding for Optical Communications; Sergio Benedetto and Gabriella Bosco Soft Decoding in Optical Systems: Turbo Product Codes vs. LDPC Codes; Gabriella Bosco and Sergio Benedetto Iterative Decoding and Error Code Correction Method in Holographic Data Storage; Attila Süto and Emoke Lorincz Performance of Optical Time-Spread CDMA/PPM with Multiple Access and Multipath Interference; B. Zeidler G. C. Papen, and L. Milstein Performance Analysis and Comparison of Trellis-Coded and Turbo-Coded Optical CDMA Systems; M Kulkarni, P Purohit, and N. Kannan Part III: Characterizing, Measuring, and Calculating Performance in Optical Fiber Communication Systems A Methodology For Calculating Performance in an Optical Fiber Communications System; C. K Menyuk, B. S. Marks, and J. Zweck Markov Chain Monte Carlo Technique for Outage Probability Evaluation in PMD-Compensated Systems; Marco Secondini, Enrico Forestieri, and Giancarlo Prati A Parametric Gain Approach to Performance Evaluation of DPSK/DQPSK Systems with Nonlinear Phase Noise; P. Serena, A. Orlandini, and A. Bononi Characterization ofIntrachannel Nonlinear Distortion in Ultra-High Bit-Rate Transmission Systems; Robert I. Killey, Vitaly Mikhailov, Shamil Appathurai, and Polina Bayvel Mathematical and Experimental Analysis of Interferometric Crosstalk Noise Incorporating Chirp Effect in Directly Modulated Systems; Efraim Buimovich-Rotem and Dan Sadot On the Impact of MPI in All-Raman Dispersion-Compensated IMDD and DPSK Links; Stefan Tenenbaum and Pierluigi Poggiolini Part IV: Modulation Formats and Detection Modulation Formats for Optical Fiber Transmission; Klaus Petermann Dispersion Limitations in Optical Systems Using Offset DPSK; Jin Wang and Joseph M. Kahn Integrated Optical FIR-Filters for Adaptive Equalization of Fiber Channel Impairments at 40 Gbit/s; M. Bohn, W. Rosenkranz, F. Horst, B. J. Offrein, G. -L. Bona, P. Krummrich Performance of Electronic Equalization Applied to Innovative Transmission Techniques; Vittorio Curri, Roberto Gaudino, and Antonio Napoli Performance Bounds of MLSE in Intensity Modulated Fiber Optic Links; N. Alic, G. C. Papen, L. B. Milstein, P. H. Siegel, and Y. Fainman On MLSE Reception of Chromatic Dispersion Tolerant Modulation Schemes; Helmut Griesser, Joerg-Peter Elbers, and Christoph Glingener Author Index Index

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