Performance Analysis of Four Wave Mixing Using Volterra Series Method with Higher-Order Dispersiion Effects
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In this paper, the intensity fluctuations due to FWM in the presence of higher-order dispersion effects using Volterra Series Transfer Function method have been investigated. The impact of FWM on the Channel Spacing. Transmission Distance and Frequency has been studied in the presense of higher-order dispersion terms. It has been found that at frequency 50 THz with first-order dispersion compensation, the intensity fluctuation have been reduced to 0.009 mW from 0.155 mW and this can be further improved with first- and second-order dispersion compensation together to .00002 mW. ALso it have been found for intensity fluctuations 0.25 mW, the transmission distance can be enhanced from 120 Km to 620 Km with first-order dispersion compensation and this can be further enhanced to 810 Km with first- and second-order dispersion compensation together. It has also been observed that the second- and third-order dispersion effects are very small, when the first-order dispersion is present.
KeywordsDispersion Higher order dispersion Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation (NLSE) Volterra series Four wave mixing (FWM) channel spacing
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