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Optical Transmission for the Subscriber Loop : Optoelectronics Library S. - Norio Kashima

Optical Transmission for the Subscriber Loop

Optoelectronics Library S.

Hardcover Published: 19th December 1993
ISBN: 9780890066799
Number Of Pages: 328

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A guide to the emerging technologies now being considered for use in tomorrow's fibre subscriber loop systems, this book provides a rundown on what the technologies are, describes how they work, and then shows how to apply them to increase system performance, cut design time and lower costs. "Optical Transmission for the Subscriber Loop": presents basic concepts and technologies of network topology, multiplexing methods, access methods and transfer modes; describes the most important components for optical transmission - including optical fibres, cables, splices, connectors, laser diodes, photodiodes, fibre couplers, wavelength division multiplex (WDM), and subcarrier multiplex (SCM) devices; offers comprehensive coverage of fibre connections in fibre communications engineering; covers bidirectional transmission systems and presents several approaches for economical transceivers that can be used in these systems; and explains WDM- and SCM-based multi-chanel systems.

Prefacep. ix
Basic Technology
Introduction to Optical Transmission for Subscriber Loops
Outline of Optical Subscriber Loopsp. 3
Optical Subscriber Loop Systemp. 4
Optical Trunk Systemp. 4
Comparisonp. 7
Classification of the Subscriber Loop Systemsp. 9
Network Topology for Subscriber Loopsp. 9
Multiplexing Method for Bidirectional Transmissionp. 11
Access Method for Passive Optical Networkp. 19
Transfer Mode for Digital Transmissionp. 26
Referencesp. 28
Fundamental Optical Devices for Transmission
Optical Fiber and Cablep. 29
Optical Fiberp. 29
Optical Cablep. 37
Fiber Splice and Connectorp. 41
Laser Diodep. 46
FP-LDp. 48
DFB and DBR LDsp. 53
Modulation Characteristicsp. 53
Linewidth of LDp. 56
Chirpingp. 57
Equivalent Circuitp. 57
Photodiodep. 57
Responsivity and Photocurrentp. 59
Wavelength Dependence of Rp. 60
Equivalent Circuitp. 61
Noisep. 61
Fiber Coupler and WDM Devicesp. 65
Fiber- and Waveguide-Type Devicesp. 65
Bulk-Type WDM Devicep. 68
Relationship between Optical Systems and Optical Devicesp. 71
Referencesp. 71
Digital and Analog Transmission
Intensity Modulation and Direct Detectionp. 73
Intensity Modulationp. 75
Direct Detectionp. 79
Coherent Transmissionp. 88
Principlep. 89
Receiver Configuration and Error Ratep. 94
Ofdmp. 105
Application in Subscriber Loopsp. 108
Subcarrier Multiplexingp. 109
SCM Systems Using IM/DDp. 112
SCM Systems Using Coherent Technologyp. 114
Limitation Due to Fiber Nonlinearityp. 115
Srsp. 115
Sbsp. 119
Intensity-Dependent Refractive Indexp. 122
Fwmp. 123
Referencesp. 125
Optical Receivers
Classification and Requirements of Receiver Designp. 129
Several Front-End Designsp. 134
High-Impedance Designp. 134
Transimpedance Designp. 138
Low-Impedance Designp. 144
Resonance-Type Design for Coherent Transmissionp. 145
Induction Peaking Design for High-Speed Transmissionp. 145
Comparison of Front-End Designsp. 145
AGC and Timing Extractionp. 150
Agcp. 150
Timing Extractionp. 152
Degradation Factorsp. 152
Referencesp. 153
Optical Amplifier
Outline of Optical Amplifierp. 155
Semiconductor Laser Diode Amplifierp. 160
Gain Profile of Laser Diode Amplifierp. 161
Saturation Output Powerp. 164
Polarization Dependence of Gainp. 168
Doped-Fiber Amplifierp. 172
Configurationp. 172
Gain of EDFAp. 174
Saturation Output Powerp. 176
Polarization Dependence of Gain and Coupling with a Fiberp. 177
Noise of Optical Amplifierp. 177
Basic Noise Equation of Optical Amplifierp. 177
Noise of TWA LD Ampp. 179
Noise of FP-LD Ampp. 181
Noise of EDFAp. 183
Comparison of Optical Amplifiersp. 183
Optical Amplifier Responsep. 184
Simultaneous Amplification for WDM and OFDMp. 186
Referencesp. 189
System Examples and Optical Devices
Bidirectional Systems Using TCM
TCM System Configuration and Examplesp. 195
Laser Diode as a Photodetector in TCMp. 197
LD Transceiver in TCMp. 197
Photodetection Properties of a Laser Diodep. 200
Performance of LD Transceiverp. 209
Laser Diode as an Attenuator in TCMp. 211
LATT Configurationp. 211
Basic LATT Propertiesp. 213
Dynamic Range of Receiver with LATTp. 215
Laser Diode as a Preamplifier in TCMp. 218
Receiver Configurationp. 218
Transmission Experiment Using a Conventional Laser Modulep. 218
Receiver Sensitivityp. 222
Referencesp. 227
Optical Transmission Systems Using WDM
WDM for Upgrading Methodp. 229
Upgrading Methodsp. 229
WDM Devicesp. 233
Design Consideration of WDM Systems for Upgradingp. 233
WDM-based Multichannel Systemsp. 236
WDM- and SCM-based Multichannel Systemsp. 240
Referencesp. 245
Optical Transmission Systems Using Coherent Technology
Tunable Laser Diodep. 247
Multielectrode Tunable Laser Diodep. 248
External Cavity Tunable Laser Diodep. 251
Tuning Characteristics of Tunable Laser Diodep. 251
Optical Multi/Demultiplexer for OFDMp. 253
Mach-Zehnder Interferometer Typep. 259
Fabry-Perot Interferometer Typep. 263
Laser Diode Filter Typep. 264
Other Typesp. 264
Passive Optical Network Using OFDMp. 265
Network Configurationp. 265
Experimentsp. 273
Multichannel System Using Coherent Technologyp. 278
Distribution Systemsp. 278
Bidirectional Systemsp. 280
SCM Systems
Multiple-Access Networkp. 289
Multichannel Video Distribution Systemp. 291
Enhanced Multichannel Video Distribution System Using EDFAp. 293
Future Subscriber Systems
Photonic Integrated Circuitsp. 299
Broadband Systems Using Optical Signal Processingp. 299
Multiwavelength System Using Multiple-Access Methodp. 303
Referencesp. 303
List of Acronymsp. 305
Indexp. 309
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ISBN: 9780890066799
ISBN-10: 0890066795
Series: Optoelectronics Library S.
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 328
Published: 19th December 1993
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 2.2
Weight (kg): 0.65