IGFE PHY 7423
On completion of the course students should be able to:
• Objective 1 : Understanding the challenges of Spatial Division Multiplexing techniques, new large-band amplification schemes and new fiber types.
• Objective 2 : Modeling transmission systems
• Objective 3 : Optimize cost and energy saving for high bit rate transmission systems.
Know the technologies that will supply extreme capacity demand while having the best energy efficiency. Advanced amplification techniques, future spatial multiplexing techniques, design and application of specialty fibers, tunable capacity transmitters and receivers. Acquire the ability of modeling transmission systems.
• Chapter 1 : Spatially multiplexed transmission systems
Multicore and multimode fibers. Spatial multiplexer and EDFA technologies, MCF and FMF transmission systems. Coherent DSP technique adaptations. Cost per bit reduction and energy saving. Spatial and spectral information density.
• Chapter 2 : Advanced amplification schemes
Raman amplification. Parametric and Phase sensitive amplification. Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOA).
• Chapter 3 : Next generation fibers
FMF and MCF fiber for coupled or uncoupled SDM transmissions. Design and applications of Photonic Bandgap Fibers.
• Chapter 4 : Elastic transmitter and receivers
Bit-rate adaptation for capacity demand, network routing constraints or energy saving. Superchannel concepts.
• Chapter 5 : Transmission systems modeling
Optical transmission system simulation project.
Final exam, Lab work scores