Raman Fiber Laser–Based Amplification in Telecommunications

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The chapter demonstrates a detailed study of Raman fiber laser (RFL)-based amplification techniques and their applications in long-haul/unrepeatered coherent transmission systems. RFL-based amplification techniques are investigated from signal/noise power distributions, relative intensity noise (RIN), and fiber laser mode structures. RFL-based amplification techniques can be divided into two categories according to the fiber laser generation mechanism: cavity Raman fiber laser with two fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) and random distributed feedback (DFB) Raman fiber laser using one FBG. In addition, in cavity fiber laser–based amplification, reducing the reflectivity near the input helps mitigate the signal RIN, thanks to the reduced efficiency of the Stokes shift from the secondorder pump. To evaluate the transmission performance, different RFL-based amplifiers were optimized in long-haul coherent transmission systems. Cavity fiber laser–based amplifier introduces >4.15 dB Q factor penalty, because the signal RIN is transferred from the second-order pump. However, random DFB fiber laser–based amplifier prevents the RIN transfer and therefore enables bidirectional second-order pumping, which gives the longest transmission distance up to 7915 km. In addition, using random DFB laserbased amplification achieves the distance of >350 km single mode fiber in unrepeatered DP-QPSK transmission.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOptical Amplifiers - A Few Different Dimensions
EditorsPankaj Kumar Choudhury
PublisherInTech
Chapter4
Pages67-82
Number of pages16
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-78923-499-2
ISBN (Print)978-1-78923-498-5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jul 2018

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Raman lasers
fiber lasers
telecommunication
fibers
noise intensity
Bragg gratings
cavities
quadrature phase shift keying
coherent radiation
laser modes
penalties
Q factors
pumping
amplifiers
pumps
reflectance
shift

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Tan, M. (2018). Raman Fiber Laser–Based Amplification in Telecommunications. In P. K. Choudhury (Ed.), Optical Amplifiers - A Few Different Dimensions (pp. 67-82). InTech. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.73632
Tan, Mingming. / Raman Fiber Laser–Based Amplification in Telecommunications. Optical Amplifiers - A Few Different Dimensions. editor / Pankaj Kumar Choudhury. InTech, 2018. pp. 67-82
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