Quasi-lossless data transmission with ultra-long Raman fibre laser based amplification

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy

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Paweł Rosa

Abstract

The project consists of an experimental and numerical modelling study of the applications of ultra-long Raman fibre laser (URFL) based amplification techniques for high-speed multi-wavelength optical communications systems. The research is focused in telecommunications C-band 40 Gb/s transmission data rates with direct and coherent detection. The optical transmission performance of URFL based systems in terms of optical noise, gain bandwidth and gain flatness for different system configurations is evaluated. Systems with different overall span lengths, transmission fibre types and data modulation formats are investigated. Performance is compared with conventional Erbium doped fibre amplifier based system to evaluate system configurations where URFL based amplification provide performance or commercial advantages.

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Original languageEnglish
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Award date1 Apr 2014

    Keywords

  • data transmission, ranan fibre, laser amplification

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