پیاده سازی و تجزیه و تحلیل عملکرد سه بعدی (3D) فضایی/ طول موج / زمان پالس در کدهای هواپیما با تشخیص مستقیم
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|28365||2013||5 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Optik - International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Volume 124, Issue 23, December 2013, Pages 6069–6073
In this paper, we present space/wavelength/time single pulse per plane (SPP) codes with direct detection (SPPDD) and implemented it as two dimensional codes by using W2T scheme. We analyze these codes by varying the number of space channels (S) and keeping other two dimensions, wavelength (W) and time (T) constant and report that it gives better results when (W > S). It is found that the space channels S = 2 and S = 3 provide better BER rate than other space channels and also analyze these 3D codes by using different data modulation formats. It is found that OCDMA system with NRZ data modulation format performs better than RZ.
Ever growing demand for higher data rates and data security has inspired remarkable interest in optical code division multiple access technology . As the feasibility of multiple access networks increases, OCDMA network's attracts much attention. The main issue of the studies on the OCDMA network is to devise a code set of good performance . In case of an OCDMA, various different types of codes have been proposed and found that one dimensional and two dimensional codes having some limitations, that is why three dimensional codes are generally preferable. In OCDMA system, the system performance is determined by the bandwidth efficiency of the optical codes which is closely related to the error probability behavior of optical codes in multiple user circumstances as well as code set size dependence on code length and also on the modulation format of the input data. Moreover, there are two possible modulation formats, nonreturn-to-zero (NRZ), in which a constant power is transmitted during the entire bit period, and return-to-zero (RZ), in which power is transmitted only for a fraction of the bit period , in intensity-modulated direct-detection (IM/DD) optical communication systems. The NRZ pulses have a narrow optical spectrum. The reduced spectrum width improves the dispersion tolerance but it has the effect of intersymbol interference between the pulses. The narrow spectrum of NRZ pulses yields a better realization of dense channel spacing in DWDM systems. The RZ pulse shape enables an increased strength to fiber non-linear effects and to the effects of polarization mode dispersion (PMD) . Singh et al.  demonstrated a new family of three dimensional single-pulses per plane codes for differential detection for OCDMA systems, which achieve good code cardinality and a very high BER performance. The comparison of three dimensional SPDD with some of the best reported two dimensional/three dimensional codes. Singh et al.  demonstrated a new family of three dimensional wavelength/time/space codes for asynchronous optical code-division multiple access (OCDMA) systems with off-peak auto-correlation λa = 0 and peak cross-correlation λc = 1. With wavelengths and time-slots, codes are generated. Antipodal signaling/differential detection is employed in the system. The performance is compared to the two dimensional/three dimensional codes. Arrayed waveguide grating-based reconfigurable two dimensional implementation for encoder/decoder was presented. Kim et al.  demonstrated a new family of space/wavelength/time spread three-dimensional (3D) optical codes for optical code-division multiple-access (OCDMA). Two types of dimensional codes have been constructed: three dimensional codes with single pulse per plane and three dimensional codes with multiple pulses per plane. Both codes are based on the prime sequence algorithm. In order to eliminate the requirement of fiber ribbons and multiple star couplers in space/wavelength/time spread 3-D code based optical networks, a wavelength2/time scheme has been suggested. It has been shown that the system performance can be maximized for given resources with a proper choice of the wavelength2/time scheme. Design of one dimensional code is proposed in Ref. . The limitation of one dimensional (1D) optical codes is that the out of phase autocorrelation cannot be zero because there are multiple optical pulses within one period. The lower limit of out of phase auto correlation in the one dimensional code is 1, and to achieve as in OOC, code length increases rapidly as the number of user's increases. In order to overcome the limit of 1dimensional optical codes, two dimensional approaches are proposed . These two dimensional codes suffer from the impact of timing skew as the time dimension of the code is large. The impact of fiber dispersion on the code performance of the two dimensional codes have been extensively investigated  and  and it has been shown that these are prone to the problem of timing skew arising in the fiber, if large time dimensions are used for better BER performance. In order to overcome the limit of two dimensional codes, three dimensional codes have been proposed. Up till now, the three dimensional SPP codes were implemented using differential detection, In this differential detection  each user is assigned two codes: one for the transmission of bit ‘1’ and other for the transmission of bit ‘0’ for antipodal signaling but now in this paper we are implementing SPP 3D codes by using direct detection instead of differential detection. The direct detection, which we use in this paper is ON-OFF keying which means that each user assigned a single code and that code is used for the transmission of bit ‘1’ and this system said to be in ‘ON’ state, and for the transmission of the bit ‘0’ there is no such code is assigned and this system is said to be in ‘OFF’ state. In this detection technique only wanted chip in the optical domain is filtered. This detection scheme does not need subtraction detection technique at electric side. Therefore, MAI will not exist in this detection scheme. However this scheme is only applicable to codes, where the time chips are not overlapped with other time chips of other channels . This paper is divided into six subsections: Section 1 gives the introduction of OCDMA and their codes, Section 2 provides the analytical model of three dimensional codes, and Section 3 gives implementation of this 3D SPPDD code, Section 4 gives results and discussions and Section 5 provides conclusions.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
Three dimensional codes are most preferable over one and two dimensional codes. Two dimensional implementation of three dimensional codes is done using W2T scheme, where total number of wavelengths are (W × S). By varying the number of space channels of three dimensional we conclude that the system shows better performance when (W > S) condition, while (W ≤ S) shows poor performance. In this paper, it is found that the space channels which shows better performance are S = 2 and S = 3 for W = T = 4. The comparison of data formats NRZ and RZ for space channel S = 2 is done. It is shown that the NRZ has lowest BER value and better system performance as compared to RZ. Hence, NRZ data modulation format can be recommended for 3D codes and for the larger distance in OCDMA at higher bit rates.