Analysis of Noisy Static Optical C2dma Correlation Receivers using Different Types of Fiber Under The Effect of Pulse Broadening
Optical communications is becoming an increasingly popular technique to transmit data. In our daily life we
share useful data by using optical networks. However, a common problem that system face is dispersion. In this work, we
discuss some forms of dispersion in ordinary fibers and Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG). In optical communication systems, FBG
plays a vital role as filters, dispersion compensators and flatteners gain. The performance analysis of static 1D/2D
wavelength hopping/time spreading CDMA static is introduced. The probability of error is computed for general systems
based on asymmetric prime-hop codes (APHCs). A comparison between FBG and multimode step index fibers reveals, in
general, that FBG is one of the most applicable components to compensate dispersion losses in optical communication
systems. Furthermore, it is better than multimode and single-mode fibers.
Keywords- Code Division Multiple-Access, Correlation Receivers, Multi-User Channels, Fiber Bragg Grating, Multimode
Step Index Fiber, OC2DMA, Optical CDMA, 1D/ 2D Optical Codes.