Investigation of superstructured fiber Bragg grating-based OCDMA system
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The bit error rate (BER) performance of a superstructured fiber Bragg grating (SSFBG)-based optical code division multiple access (OCDMA) system is investigated with different input pulse widths and grating refractive index modulation amplitudes, and the corresponding crosstalk ratio is considered at different data-rates. Simulation results show that increasing the input pulse width or grating refractive index modulation amplitude will degrade the BER performance apparently. Moreover, with fixed code length and chip-rate detection, a lower data-rate system has better tolerance to an increasing input pulse width, while a higher data-rate system has better tolerance to an increasing grating refractive index modulation amplitude.
KeywordsOptical code division multiple access Superstructured fiber Bragg grating Input pulse width Grating refractive index modulation amplitude BER performance Crosstalk ratio
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