Abstract

We propose a novel method to design a dispersion map for a WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) ring network with the capability of wavelength reconfiguration. The method is simple, but gives us an optimum set of DCMs (Dispersion Compensation Modules) which satisfies a given value of the tolerable residual dispersion. The proposed method does not depend on compensation method, fiber type, or modulation format. We also demonstrate numerically how it works with an example 10-node ring network.

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G. P. AgrawalLightwave Technology: Telecommunication SystemsJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.2005

R. Ramaswami and K. N. SivarajanOptical Networks: A Practical Perspective2nd Edition2002

S. RamachandranFiber Based Dispersion CompensationSpringer2010

Y. J. Wen and S. DodsDispersion map optimisation in WDM transmission systemsProc. 15th Annual Meeting of the IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics SocietyUK2002Nov.paper Tul2

N. Hanik, A. Ehrhardt, A. Gladisch, C. Peucheret, P. Jeppesen, L. Molle, R. Freund, and C. CasparExtension of all-optical network-transparent domains based on normalized transmission sectionsJ. Lightwave Technol.20042214391453

M. Malach, C.-A. Bunge, and K. PetermannFibre-independent optimum dispersion mapping for SPM and XPM suppression in 10 Gbit/s WDM NRZ optical transmission systemsProc. European Conference on Optical CommunicationsFrance2006Sept.12

T. Alves and A. CartaxoDispersion map design for XPM suppression in NRZ 10 Gbit/s pre-compensated WDM links using Standard-Fibre and 50 GHz of channel spacingProc. SBMO/IEEE MTT-S International Microwave and Optoelectronics ConferenceBrazil2007Oct.648652

N. M. S. Costa and A. V. T. CartaxoInfluence of the channel number on the optimal dispersion map due to XPM in WDM linksJ. Lightwave Technol.20082636403649

M. Y. Hamza and I. HayeePerformance improvement of 40 Gb/s WDM systems by optimization of dispersion mapProc. IEEE 10th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technologies (AICT)Azerbaijan2016Oct.15

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