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Hybrid Dispersion Compensating Modules: A Better Solution for Mitigating Four-Wave Mixing Effects

  • Manisha Ajmani
  • Preeti SinghEmail author
  • Pardeep Kaur
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Abstract

Four-wave mixing effects mitigation techniques in wavelength division multiplexing systems which utilize hybrid configurations of dispersion compensating devices like dispersion compensating fiber, fiber bragg grating and optical phase conjugator are presented in this paper. These configurations have been simulated and the output results have been compared to find out the best alternative for four-wave mixing mitigation purpose. The comparison is carried out on the basis of parametric analysis and optimized parameter values. Optimization of important parameters has been done keeping a constraint on values of quality factor and minimum bit error rate values.

Keywords

WDM FWM Fiber Bragg grating Dispersion compensating fiber Optical phase conjugator 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.ECE DepartmentUIET, Panjab UniversityChandigarhIndia

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