By William Shieh
- The first e-book on optical OFDM via the prime pioneers within the field
- The basically e-book to hide blunders correction codes for optical OFDM
- Gives purposes of OFDM to free-space communications, optical entry networks, and metro and log haul transports exhibit optical OFDM will be implemented
- Contains introductions to sign processing for optical engineers and optical conversation basics for instant engineers
This booklet provides a coherent and entire advent to the basics of OFDM sign processing, with a particular concentrate on its huge diversity of functions. It evaluates the structure, layout and function of a few OFDM adaptations, discusses coded OFDM, and provides a close learn of mistakes correction codes for entry networks, a hundred Gb/s Ethernet and destiny optical networks.
The rising functions of optical OFDM, together with single-mode fiber transmission, multimode fiber transmission, loose house optical structures, and optical entry networks are tested, with specific awareness paid to passive optical networks, radio-over-fiber, WiMAX and UWB communications.
Written by way of of the major members to the sphere, this booklet should be a distinct reference for optical communications engineers and scientists. scholars, technical managers and telecom executives looking to comprehend this new expertise for future-generation optical networks will locate the publication invaluable.
William Shieh is an affiliate professor and reader within the electric and digital engineering division, The college of Melbourne, Australia. He got his M.S. measure in electric engineering and Ph.D. measure in physics either from college of Southern California.
Ivan Djordjevic is an Assistant Professor of electric and computing device Engineering on the collage of Arizona, Tucson, the place he directs the Optical Communications structures Laboratory (OCSL). His present examine pursuits comprise optical networks, mistakes keep an eye on coding, limited coding, coded modulation, faster equalization, OFDM purposes, and quantum mistakes correction.
"This magnificent e-book is the 1st one to deal with the quickly rising optical OFDM field. Written through top researchers within the box, the publication is based to comprehensively disguise any optical OFDM point you could very likely examine, from the main primary to the main really expert. The e-book adopts a coherent line of presentation, whereas impressive a considerate stability among many of the issues, progressively constructing the optical-physics and communication-theoretic options required for deep comprehension of the subject, finally treating the a number of optical OFDM equipment, adaptations and purposes. in my opinion this ebook will stay proper for a few years to return, and should be more and more accessed by means of graduate scholars, comprehensive researchers in addition to telecommunication engineers and executives willing to achieve a point of view at the rising function of OFDM within the evolution of photonic networks." -- Prof. Moshe Nazarathy, EE Dept., Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
* the 1st publication on optical OFDM via the major pioneers within the field
* the single publication to hide blunders correction codes for optical OFDM
* purposes of OFDM to free-space communications, optical entry networks, and metro and log haul transports exhibit optical OFDM could be implemented
* An creation to sign processing for optical communications
* An advent to optical verbal exchange basics for the instant engineer
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In the intermediate node C, only the third band is accessed. This is done by simply tuning the receive laser to the center of the third band and passing the down-converted RF signal to a low-pass RF filter. Because the entire receiver signal processing is performed at 100 Gb/s, the cost for the intermediate load can be cheaper than that of the major node at 1 Tb/s. Of course, future bandwidth expansion of the intermediate node can be achieved by adding more circuit cards at 100 Gb/s. 9: Illustration of sub-wavelength bandwidth access of 1 Tb/s CO-OFDM signal for an intermediate node C with a 100 Gb/s receiver.
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