IEC TR 61282-5:2019
Fibre optic communication system design guidelines - Part 5: Accommodation and compensation of chromatic dispersion
a) extends the application space for dispersion compensation and accommodation to communication systems that employ non-zero dispersion-shifted fibres;
b) adds a discussion on the suitability of fibre types for long-haul transmission of wavelength-multiplexed signals;
c) updates the dispersion coefficient limits for dispersion-unshifted fibres;
d) adds information on the dispersion coefficients of dispersion-shifted fibres;
e) updates the naming of the fibre types to the revised naming conventions defined in IEC 60793-2-50:2018;
f) updates Table 2 to include the dispersion tolerance of phase-shift-keyed modulation formats used for the transmission of 40 Gbit/s and 100 Gbit/s signals;
g) adds information on dispersion management in terrestrial and submarine communication systems;
h) extends the description of passive dispersion compensators based on fibre Bragg gratings and etalons;
i) adds information on electronic dispersion accommodation in coherent communication systems (including transmitters and receivers);
j) updates the description of optical accommodation techniques to include soliton transmission and mid-span spectral inversion;
k) extends the list of system parameters for passive dispersion compensators to include wavelength-dependent loss, phase ripple, and latency;
l) updates the description of dispersion compensator applications in long-haul communication systems.
Keywords: chromatic dispersion
|Publication type||Technical Report|
|TC/SC||TC 86/SC 86C - Fibre optic systems and active devicesrss|
|ICS||33.180.01 - Fibre optic systems in general|
|File size||1971 KB|
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