Design and Implementation of Chirp Fiber Bragg Grating for Long Haul Transmission System using Opti-system

Authors

  • N Basil Department of Computer Techniques Engineering, Al-esraa University College, Baghdad, Iraq
  • M Moutaz Department of Computer Engineering Techniques, Electrical Engineering Technical College, Baghdad, Iraq

Abstract

In this work, a novel scattering pay model has been introduced with tweeted fiber Bragg grinding (CFBG) for long stretch transmission framework. The proposed model has been intended for 20 Gbps non-re-visitation of zero (NRZ) transmission framework more than 210 km long single-mode fiber (SMF). The proposed model is applied to Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) too. Execution of the model is advanced through straight tweeted CFBG having 90 mm short grinding length and it assumes a critical function as a module of scattering pay. The proposed model upgrade/improves the presentation regarding bit mistake rate (BER) and quality factor is ≥18 at the beneficiary finish of frameworks. Further, it has additionally been contrasted and existing detailed work based on quality factor, BER, and eye-outlines. The recreations of the proposed model have been helped through Opti-System 7.

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Published

2021-03-29

How to Cite

Basil , N., & Moutaz, . M. (2021). Design and Implementation of Chirp Fiber Bragg Grating for Long Haul Transmission System using Opti-system . Informatica : Journal of Applied Machines Electrical Electronics Computer Science and Communication Systems, 2(1), 1 - 7. Retrieved from http://digitalintelligentsiaconsultancyservices.com/ojs/index.php/iamecs2/article/view/40