Cdma Using Wavelength And Time Codes Computer Science
This paper describes a performance analysis of an incoherent optical code-division multiple-access scheme based on wavelength/time codes. The system supports 16 users operating at 2.5Gb/s/user while maintaining bit-error rate (BER) <10-11 for the correctly decoded signal. It has been observed that there are two major problems giving rise to performance degradation of the system in terms of number of users and type of code.
In this paper we have studied the optical simulator Encoding/ Decoding for different lengths & gain in terms of Quality factor (Q) and Bit Error Rate (BER) performance. The system supports 16 users while maintaining bit-error rate (BER) < 10- 11 for the correctly decoded signal. Our aim is to design and simulate a Tree Network Topology Optical Code Division Multiple Access System for large number of users using Wavelength-Time code and to analyze the performance of the system based on BER and Eye Diagram under the influence of number of simultaneous users with different received powers.
Index Terms: NRZ, LAN, BER, MAI, WDMA, TDMAI
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