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Probability of Power Depletion in SRS Cross-Talk and Optimum Detection Threshold for Minimum BER in a WDM Receiver

07 Mar 2011-IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (IEEE)-Vol. 47, Iss: 4, pp 424-430
TL;DR: In this paper, the probability of power depletion due to stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) is derived for an arbitrary number of interferers to estimate bit error rate and power penalty of a wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) receiver.
Abstract: In this paper, the probability of power depletion due to stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) is derived for an arbitrary number of interferers to estimate bit error rate and power penalty of a wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) receiver. Gaussian function approximation can be used only when the numbers of interferers is very large. The effects of number of interfering channels, channel separation and receiver noise on the bit error rate (BER) are studied. Minimum BER varies non-monotonically with channel separation. Optimum detection thresholds for minimum BER in the WDM receiver in presence of SRS crosstalk are investigated and summarized in tabular form.
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TL;DR: How predictions were made from the outset of research in laser based optical communications and how they have evolved to their present form, accurately predicting the performance of coherently detected communication systems are described.
Abstract: In this paper, we review the historical evolution of predictions of the performance of optical communication systems. We will describe how such predictions were made from the outset of research in laser based optical communications and how they have evolved to their present form, accurately predicting the performance of coherently detected communication systems.

149 citations


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01 Dec 2013
TL;DR: In this article, the influence of signal-crosstalk beat noise on the performance of a preamplified WDM receiver is investigated assuming both Gaussian and non-Gaussian model.
Abstract: Component crosstalk causes severe system performance degradation in an optical network. In this paper the influence of the component crosstalk originated from signal-crosstalk beat noise, on the performance of a preamplified WDM receiver is investigated assuming both Gaussian and non-Gaussian model. From the analysis it is evident that for the finite interfering channels the results obtained using non-Gaussian model varies significantly from Gaussian model in terms of BER and the optimum detection threshold for obtaining minimum BER, but as the number of interfering channels approaches large value the variations are minimized. Effects on BER and optimum detection thresholds for minimum bit error rates are compared, summarized and analyzed in both graphical and tabular form for the two different model.

4 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the optimum detection threshold for minimum bit error rate (BER) due to four-wave mixing is calculated taking the probability distribution of power depletion as binomial and considering nonuniform channel spacing.
Abstract: In this paper, optimum detection threshold for minimum bit error rate (BER) due to four-wave mixing is calculated taking the probability distribution of power depletion as binomial and considering nonuniform channel spacing. Nondegenerate four-wave mixing has been assumed for the worst-case analysis. The effects of the number of interfering channels, receiver noise, and input power on the BER in the presence of four-wave mixing are studied. The optimum detection threshold for minimum BER is studied as a function of the number of channels. This optimum threshold significantly deviates from the conventional threshold in the Gaussian distribution approximation as the channel number increases beyond three.

3 citations

01 Jan 2014
TL;DR: A SRS-aware RWA scheme, called Assign Minimum Interference and Shortest (AMINS) algorithm is proposed to minimize the effect of SRS in the network and shows that AMINS outperform First-Fit in the mentioned topologies.
Abstract: In this paper, the implication of Stimulated Raman Scattering in Routing Wavelength Assignment (RWA) is investigated and identified by analyzing the SRS parameters that related to RWA in the network and its capabilities of influence the network performance. Then, a SRS-aware RWA scheme, called Assign Minimum Interference and Shortest (AMINS) algorithm is proposed to minimize the effect of SRS in the network. Finally the proposed SRS-aware RWA scheme is tested in 15-node Mesh and 14- node NSF under different setting of input power and wavelength capacity for performance evaluation. The result shows that AMINS outperform First-Fit in the mentioned topologies.

1 citations

Proceedings ArticleDOI
01 Nov 2014
TL;DR: In this article, the implication of Stimulated Raman Scattering in Routing Wavelength Assignment (RWA) is investigated and identified by analyzing the SRS parameters that related to RWA in the network and its capabilities of influence the network performance.
Abstract: In this paper, the implication of Stimulated Raman Scattering in Routing Wavelength Assignment (RWA) is investigated and identified by analyzing the SRS parameters that related to RWA in the network and its capabilities of influence the network performance. Then, a SRS-aware RWA scheme, called Assign Minimum Interference and Shortest (AMINS) algorithm is proposed to minimize the effect of SRS in the network. Finally the proposed SRS-aware RWA scheme is tested in 15-node Mesh and 14-node NSF under different setting of input power and wavelength capacity for performance evaluation. The result shows that AMINS outperform First-Fit in the mentioned topologies.

1 citations

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