Investigation of Four Wave Mixing Effect at Different Transmission Power Levels and Channel Spacing

@inproceedings{Singh2015InvestigationOF,
  title={Investigation of Four Wave Mixing Effect at Different Transmission Power Levels and Channel Spacing},
  author={Mehtab Singh},
  year={2015}
}
There is an incredible focus on broadband fiber optical transmission system as it offers many advantages over other communication systems such as large bandwidth and significantly low losses [1]. This high bandwidth in optical communication networks is further increased by using Wavelength Division Multiplexing. In WDM based fiber optical communication systems nonlinearities in fiber are a limiting factor which degrade the system performance and limit the data rate and bandwidth of the system… CONTINUE READING

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