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Title: Polarization division multiplexing system with direct decision for short reach optical communications
Other Title: 偏振复用直接检测短距离光纤传输系统
Authors: Zhou, X
Huo, JH 
Zhong, KP 
Long, KP
Lü, C 
Issue Date: 2017
Source: 北京郵電大學學報 (Journal of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications), Apr. 2017, v. 40, no. 2, p. 21-28
Abstract: 针对底层短距传输系统的升级革新面临器件带宽、成本、功耗等多重受限因素,基于直接探测技术,探索光偏振维度空间的复用,在低成本条件下实现短距离光互连传输速率的倍增.在统一的斯托克斯向量空间中对3种光偏振复用直检系统进行了理论建模分析,给出了3种系统性能优劣势的理论成因,并在参数统一的仿真验证平台上,对3种不同的系统方案进行了详细的分析比较.
The communications and processing of big data brings great pressure to the short reach optical systems because of its ever-increasing requirement on transmission rate. However, the upgrade of transmission systems faced many factors in cost, speed, and distance. Polarization division multiplexing combined with direct detection (PDM-DD) is a promising way to significantly improve the transmission rate of short reach systems. Three popular PDM-DD approaches were analyzed in Stokes vector space theoretically, in which, their performance are investigated by simulation with uniform model parameters.
Keywords: Direct detection
Polarization division multiplexing
Short reach optical communication
Stokes vector
Publisher: 北京郵電大學學報編輯部
Journal: 北京郵電大學學報 (Journal of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications) 
ISSN: 1007-5321
DOI: 10.13190/j.jbupt.2017.02.004
Rights: © 2017 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research use.
© 2017 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
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