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Performance Improvement in Optical Fiber Feeders for Microcellular Mobile Radio Systems
Makoto SHIBUTANI Wataru DOMON Katsumi EMURA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1993/09/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Fiber-optic Microcelluler Radio Communication System and Their Technologies)
Category: Equipment and Device Matters
communication system and transmission equipment, optical communication, radio communication,
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This paper reports performance improvement in an optical fiber feeder for microcellular mobile radio systems. A low noise optical receiver using a transformer resonant circuit is described. With this receiver, CNR degradation due to receiver noise is suppressed to less than 0.9dB. Furthermore, two novel techniques, the use of a multiple-LD transmitter and automatic LD input level control, are proposed. The multiple-LD transmitter increases transmitter output power and reduces the transmitter noise. With a dual-LD transmitter, it is possible to increase the optical loss margin by 3.1dB, which corresponds to transmission length expansion of 6.2km, or to improve the received CNR by 2.8dB, which enables communication range expansion. Automatic LD input level control, which optimizes LD input level according to the received radio power, can expand the actual dynamic range of the up link.