Self-imaging based dispersion compensation : performance and tolerance of the system Guizani, Sghaier Hamam, Habib 2020-01-30T11:24:57Z 2020-01-30T11:24:57Z 2007 en_US 2007
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dc.description.abstract Transmitting ultra wideband (UWB) pulse signals over optical fiber is a certain sign of Chromatic dispersion existence. (CD) is a serious problem in optical transmission because the velocity of light depends on the frequencies. The effect is strengthened when the optical pulse gets shorter because its spectrum gets broader. This results in a temporal broadening of the initial pulse. The signal is then deformed during propagation, resulting in Inter-Symbol Interference (ISI). Alteration is more pronounced if the optical signal travels further, yielding to shortening the inter-repeater distance. We propose a method for chromatic dispersion compensation. It is based on the Temporal Talbot effect that is observed when a periodic signal propagates through a dispersive medium at a given distance named Talbot distance ZT. Our method consists in adding a portion of a dispersive fiber so that the overall propagation distance corresponds to one specific distance, called a fractional Talbot distance. Because a specific length of a generally long fiber is put into play, the tolerance permitted by the approach needs particular attention © 2007 IEEE. en_US
dc.identifier.citation Guizani, S., & Hamam, H. (2007). Self-imaging based dispersion compensation: Performance and tolerance of the system. In ICSPC 2007 Proceedings - 2007 IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (pp. 920–923). en_US
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dc.publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. en_US
dc.relation Authors Affiliations: Guizani, S., Math and Computer Department, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar; Hamam, H., Department of Electrical Engineering, Université de Moncton, NB, Canada, Canadian University of Dubai, P.O. Box: 117781, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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dc.subject Chromatic dispersion en_US
dc.subject Dispersion (waves) en_US
dc.subject Dispersion compensation en_US
dc.subject Dispersions en_US
dc.subject Intersymbol interference en_US
dc.subject Light transmissio en_US
dc.subject Optical fibers en_US
dc.subject Signal processing en_US
dc.subject Telecommunication systems en_US
dc.subject Wireless telecommunication systems en_US
dc.subject Chromatic dispersion compensations en_US
dc.subject Dispersive fibers en_US
dc.subject Dispersive mediums en_US
dc.subject Long fibers en_US
dc.subject Optical pulse en_US
dc.subject Optical signals en_US
dc.subject Optical transmission en_US
dc.subject Periodic signals en_US
dc.subject Propagation distances en_US
dc.subject Pulse signals en_US
dc.subject Self-imagin en_US
dc.subject Talbot distance en_US
dc.subject Talbot effect en_US
dc.subject Temporal broadening en_US
dc.subject Temporal Talbot effects en_US
dc.subject UWB en_US
dc.subject Wide bands en_US
dc.subject Electromagnetic dispersion en_US
dc.title Self-imaging based dispersion compensation : performance and tolerance of the system en_US
dc.type Conference Paper en_US
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