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Evaluation of Interferometric noise from non-uniform interferers

Mitchell, JE; Lane, PM; O'Reilly, JJ; (2001) Evaluation of Interferometric noise from non-uniform interferers. In: Lord, A and Faulkner, DW and Smith, DW, (eds.) LONG-HAUL AND ACCESS NETWORKS, OPTICAL METRO AND WDM. (pp. 59 - 66). I O S PRESS

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Abstract

With the transition towards transparent optical networks with increased control and routing performed at the optical layer it is becoming apparent that crosstalk from various sources will be a major limiting factor to network performance. Due to the range of component tolerances it is likely that these interferers will have been produced by a number of components of differing specification. We investigate the network implications of homodyne interferers of non-uniform power distribution, offering limits and illustrating the application of this technique to network node design.

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Evaluation of Interferometric noise from non-uniform interferers
Event:European Conference on Networks and Optical Communications
Location:ADASTRAL PK, ENGLAND
Dates:2001-06-26 - 2001-06-29
ISBN:1-58603-187-2
Keywords:HOMODYNE CROSSTALK, NETWORKS
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Engineering Science Faculty Office

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