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Wavelength Division Multiplexing in Optical Networks Using Radio Over Fiber

Swinal Rajkumar Meshram, Amit Kumar Gupta



This paper contains a detailed study about WDM (wavelength division multiplexing) optical networks. The bandwidth, speed and loss of signals in communication have a reason to worry in communication systems; WDM makes the possible solution to resurrect the systems of communications with the help of this technology. The issue emerges when the interest for transfer speed in a fiber optic system surpasses the present limit, without requiring any extra fiber, WDM can help in raising the limit in a fiber optic system. The issues that have been made regarding speed and bandwidth and the methods would be cost-effective with the help of WDM device. The paper provides how WDM can improve the previous innovations in an outgoing manner and generally speaking limit in the communication systems. To improve the quality of the transmission system, Erbium-doped fiber amplifiers have also been investigated. All results achieve good reliability performance and prove the efficiency of the presented model.

Keywords: Bandwidth, multiplexing, optical networks, radio over fiber, WDM

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Swinal Rajkumar Meshram, Amit Kumar Gupta. Wavelength Division Multiplexing in Optical Networks Using Radio over Fiber. Journal of Communication Engineering & Systems. 2019; 9(3): 12–15p.

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