PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF DATA TRANSMISSION OVER HYBRID FREE SPACE OPTICS CHANNEL USING SOLITON
Author(s):
V.A.Pravina, M.Dharani, K.Siva Priyanga, M.Sushmitha
Keywords:
Free Space Optics, BER, Atmospheric Condition, Hybrid FSO
Abstract
Optical Communication system is widely used since they could process data at higher speeds meanwhile increasing the capacity of the network. Providing a secure transmission of data has been a greatest challenge over years. This paper demonstrates methods that mitigates the Non linear and dispersion effect in optical networks by evaluating the performance of high capacity data transfer over hybrid FSO (Free Space Optic) channel using soliton pulses. The network performances are characterized based on clear, haze rain and fog conditions and their electro-optical properties are analysed. The data capacity of 0.5Tbps is generated and is made to transmit from the source to the receiver. The proposed FSO structure was able to achieve distance of >92km, >22km, >17.6 km for clear, heavy fog and light haze conditions respectively. The Bit Error Rate [BER] is found to be in the range of [10^-8 to 10^12] for all atmospheric turbulence conditions. These channels can be used in multi diversity based environments and could be tested on turbulence conditions.
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Unique Paper ID: 152046

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 449 - 453
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