Phase Sensing Technology Based Optical Signal Regeneration for 40 Gb/s Optical System

Bhagwan Das*, M. Sadiq Ali Khan, Muhammad Mujtaba Shaikh, Mohammad Faiz Liew Abdullah, D. M.A. Hussain, Kamran Ali Memon

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In this paper, phase sensing technology based optical signal regeneration system is designed and developed for 40 Gb/s optical system. The designed technique has achieved the low bit error rate (BER) and high Q-factor for the long haul optical system of 200 km. In comparison to the existing systems, the proposed technique have achieved the low BER and high Q-factor for long noisy fiber link. In this work, the HNLF configuration based that varies the phase sensing during the optical signal regeneration for high-speed 40 Gb/s degraded optical system is developed. The designed phase sensing based optical signal regeneration system has achieved the BER of 10−21 with high Q-factor. The designed system can be used in the existing regeneration system to provide the noiseless communication for long haul optical systems.
Original languageEnglish
JournalWireless Personal Communications
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)1195-1215
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2021

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
The authors express their gratitude to Departement of Electornic Engineering, Department of Electronic Engineering, Quaid-E-Awam University of Engineering, Science and Technology, Nawabshah, Sindh, Pakistan and Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Universiti Tun Huseein Onn Malaysia, for their support and encouragement to carry out this research work.

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  • Bit error rate
  • HNLF fiber
  • Optical regeneration
  • Phase sensing
  • Q-factor


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