Optical Fiber Telecommunications III

Optical Fiber Telecommunications III

by: Thomas L. Koch (Ed.)

Elsevier Trade Monographs, 1997

ISBN: 9780080923963 , 784 Pages

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Optical Fiber Telecommunications III


 

Front Cover

1

Optical Fiber Telecommunications IIIA

4

Copyright Page

5

Contents

8

Contributors

14

Chapter 1. Overview

18

History

18

The New Volume

19

Survey of Volumes IIIA and IIIB

20

References

29

Chapter 2. SONET and ATM

30

Background

30

Network Solutions

33

Synchronous Transmission Networking: SONET and the SDH

41

ATM Networking

49

SONET and ATM

57

References

58

Chapter 3. Coding and Error Correction in Optical Fiber Communications Systems

59

Introduction

59

Common Modulation Formats for Fiber Systems—Direct Detection and Coherent Systems

61

Fundamental Detection Performances and Deviations of Currently Available Systems

63

Potential Role of Forward Error-Correcting Codes in Fiber Systems and Its Beneficial Ripple Effects on System and Hardware Designs

67

Some Practical Codes

70

Applications of Coding to Future Lightwave Systems Such as WDM Systems and Optical Networks

75

Summary

78

References

78

Chapter 4. Advances in Fiber Design and Processing

80

Introduction

80

Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier

81

High-Power Fiber Amplifier

88

Amplification at 1.3 µm

91

Dispersion Management

94

Specialty Connector Fibers

103

Conclusions

104

References

104

Chapter 5. Advances in Cable Design

109

Introduction

109

Performance, Reliability, and Standards

109

Outside Plant Cables

110

References

129

Chapter 6. Polarization Effects in Lightwave Systems

131

Introduction

131

Origin of Polarization Effects in Fiber

132

PMD in Systems

141

Measurement of PMD

160

Polarization Effects in Amplified Systems

168

References

172

Chapter 7. Dispersion Compensation for Optical Fiber Systems

179

Introduction

179

Lightwave Systems

180

Chromatic Dispersion

182

Dispersion Compensation

187

The Next Step

206

Summary

207

References

207

Chapter 8. Fiber Nonlinearities and Their Impact on Transmission Systems

213

Introduction

213

Stimulated Brillouin Scattering

216

Self-Phase Modulation

220

Cross-Phase Modulation

224

Four-Photon Mixing

229

Dispersion Management

242

Modulation Instability

248

Stimulated Raman Scattering

256

Scaling Nonlinearities

265

Formulas and Symbols

270

References

271

Chapter 9. Terrestrial Amplified Lightwave System Design

282

Introduction

282

Architecture and Building Blocks of Lightwave Networks

284

Optical Amplifier System Design

292

WDM Issues

300

Optical Fiber Constraints

306

Advanced Experiments and Field Trials

311

Future Trends

312

References

315

Chapter 10. Undersea Amplified Lightwave Systems Design

319

Introduction

319

Transmission Formats

321

Amplifier Chains

324

Dispersion and Nonlinearity Management

329

Measures of System Margin

331

Polarization Effects

337

Transmission Experiments

340

Transmission Systems

344

Summary

348

References

349

Chapter 11. Advances in High Bit-Rate Transmission Systems

353

Introduction

353

High-Speed Receiver Design

354

System Performance

364

High-Speed Electronics

379

References

387

Chapter 12. Solitons in High Bit-Rate, Long-Distance Transmission

390

Introduction

390

Pulse Propagation and Solitons in Optical Fibers: A Tutorial

392

Spontaneous Emission and Other Noise Effects

408

Frequency Guiding Filters

417

Wavelength-Division Multiplexing

437

Polarization Effects

460

References

474

Chapter 13. A Survey of Fiber Optics in Local Access Architectures

478

Introduction

478

Models of Current Access Architectures

480

Considerations for Network Providers

485

Examples of Current Access Architecture Models

491

Use of WDM in Passive Optical Networks for Access

505

Summary

524

References

525

Chapter 14. Lightwave Analog Video Transmission

540

Introduction

540

Analog Lightwave Systems

542

Analog Lightwave Technology

550

Summary

573

References

573

Chapter 15. Advanced Multiaccess Lightwave Networks

577

Introduction

577

Optical Transparency

578

WDM Point-to-Point Links

583

WDM Rings

584

WDM Local Access Networks

590

Wavelength-Routing Network Test Beds

593

Conclusions

606

References

608

Index

612