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Author Seimetz, Matthias.
Title High-order modulation for optical fiber transmission / Matthias Seimetz.
Imprint Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, 2009.

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Author Seimetz, Matthias.
Series Springer series in optical sciences, 0342-4111 ; 143
Springer series in optical sciences ; 143.
Subject Optical fiber communication.
Fiber optics.
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Author Seimetz, Matthias.
Series Springer series in optical sciences, 0342-4111 ; 143
Springer series in optical sciences ; 143.
Subject Optical fiber communication.
Fiber optics.
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 251 pages) : illustrations (some color).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Transmitters and Receivers -- Transmitter Design -- Receiver Configurations -- Effort Comparison -- System Performance -- System Simulation Aspects -- Fiber Propagation Effects -- Back-to-Back and Single-Span Transmission -- Multi-Span Long-Haul Transmission -- Performance Trends.
Summary Catering to the current interest in increasing the spectral efficiency of optical fiber networks by the deployment of high-order modulation formats, this monograph describes transmitters, receivers and performance of optical systems with high-order phase and quadrature amplitude modulation. In the first part of the book, the author discusses various transmitter implementation options as well as several receiver concepts based on direct and coherent detection, including designs of new structures. Hereby, both optical and electrical parts are considered, allowing the assessment of practicability and complexity. In the second part, a detailed characterization of optical fiber transmission systems is presented, regarding a wide range of modulation formats. It provides insight in the fundamental behavior of different formats with respect to relevant performance degradation effects and identifies the major trends in system performance.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783540937715 (e-isbn)
3540937714 (e-isbn)
9783540937708
3540937706
OCLC # 432711876
Additional Format Print version: Seimetz, Matthias. High-order modulation for optical fiber transmission. Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2009 9783540937708 (DLC) 2009936839 (OCoLC)297148328


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