PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF HIGH DATA RATE OPTICAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM UTILIZING FBG COMPENSATED DISPERSION SCHEMES UNDER DIFFERENT MODULATION TECHNIQUES

Abstract

In this paper, comparative study of three dispersion compensation fiber models, namely, pre, post and symmetrical involving ideal dispersion compensation fiber Bragg grating for three different modulation schemes in 40 Gb/s single channel optical fiber transmission system are performance evaluated. Three modulation schemes, different namely, duo-binary coding, modified duo-binary and carrier suppressed return to zero are simulated and analyzed in terms of Q-factor and bit error rate for each set up by range of CW laser power. The simulation of optical system based on optisystem-10.The result report that the symmetrical with ideal FBG at duo-binary coding depicts good performance for increasing the input power from-5 dBm to 10 dBm. It is clear that best Q value obtained is 28.24 dB for BER of 5.9 ×10-176 at input power of 5 dBm using symmetrical compensation cascaded with ideal FBG for duo-binary modulation scheme.