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Parallel Coded Optical Multicarrier Frequency Division Multiplexing-;A Potential Step towards High Speed, High Capacity and High Reliability in Optical Transmission Systems
RAZIO Pervez Masao NAKAGAWA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Communications
Publication Date: 1996/11/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Optical Communication
parallel coding, optical multicarrier FDM, Hsiao codes, error correction, error erasure correction,
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Optical Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is an attractive multiplexing approach for exploiting optical communication technology. Although considerable progress has been made in this approach, it still suffers from numerous potential impairments, stemming from several phenomena. (i.e., laser unstability, residual temperature variations, linear and nonlinear cross talk.). Conventional serial coding technique is not practical in lightwave systems, as it changes the system's bit rate that is not desirable. In this paper a new Parallel Coded Optical Multicarrier Frequency Division Multiplexing (PCOM-FDM) technique has been investigated. The strategy of multicarriers, together with Parallel Forward Error Control (PFEC) coding, is a potentially novel approach as in this approach we have, 1) Investigated optical multicarrier communication that is effective in combating dispersion and increasing throughput, 2) Proposed PFEC coding which is different from conventional serial coding in respect that it does not change the system bit rate per carrier and prevents the effects of channel wandering. It is highly desirable in lightwave systems and thus holds a vital importance in practical high speed optical communication systems. Theoretical treatment shows that the proposed approach is promising and practical.