All-optical packet switching (OPS) is one of the promising technologies for the next generation of optical networks. It realizes the packet switching in optical domain that eliminates optical-electrical and electrical- optical conversions. One of the main components in an OPS network is the optical interconnect that provides the basic functionality of… (More)
Simultaneous power exchange between two input signals, has been theoretically and experimentally demonstrated based on two phenomena: Four Wave Mixing (FWM) in High-Linear Dispersion Shifted Fiber (HNL-DSF) and Three Wave Mixing (TWM) in NonLinear Photonic Crystals (NL-PC). These phenomena have been used in many applications in WDM optical networks such as,… (More)
Optical Packet Switching (OPS) is a promising technology to enable next-generation high-speed IP networks. One of the main components in an OPS network is the optical switch architecture that provides the basic functionality of switching packets from input ports to the desired output ports while maintaining data in the optical domain. In asynchronous OPS… (More)
In this paper, the influence of LED video walls on wireless microphones is discussed. First the standard-compliant EMC measurement procedures are presented, which are needed to measure interference of such equipment. Afterwards measurements of the UHF spectrum at events and at a LED wall manufacturer were made to explore the actual failures caused by video… (More)
In this paper, average bit error rate (BER) and outage probability are analysed in the free-space optical (FSO) system employing subcarrier intensity modulation (SIM) with differential phase shift keying (DPSK). The FSO channel is described by the lognormal atmospheric turbulence and the pointing error effects. Closed-form analytical expressions for the… (More)
In this paper, we design and implement the Clock and Data-Recovery (CDR) with Serializer/Deserializer (SerDes) on Spartan SP605 supports a data-rate up-to 3.2 Gbps with locking time less-than 5×10<sup>-7</sup> s, and bit-error rate less-than 10<sup>-10</sup>.