ANALYSIS OF DISPERSION COMPENSATION IN A SINGLE MODE OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (REVIEW)
- Optical fiber communication,
- Dispersion Compensation fiber (DCF),
- Single mode fiber (SMF),
- intersymbol interference (ISI)
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The single mode fiber (SMF) is a dielectric cylinder waveguide, made out of silica (SiO2) glass, whose guiding properties are based on the total internal reflection principle. Propagation of light inside an SMF is subjected to linear and nonlinear effects that have to be considered together to define an accurate fiber channel model. In optical networks chromatic dispersion (CD) is one of the main obstacles in high-speed transmission. Pulse spreading due to the dispersion causes the overlapping of the transmitted pulses at the receiver end known as inter symbol interference (ISI). To reduce the dispersion and to improve the overall performance of this optical networks system, Dispersion Compensation Fiber and optical fiber amplifier dispersion compensation techniques are enacted on this proposed optical network system. In this paper the characterization of the impact of optical fiber impairments on quality of optical fiber transmission systems had been demonstrated analytically and verified numerically with simulation results.