Optical Code Division Multiple Access for FTTH system

Mouweffeq Bouregaa, Mohammed El Kebir Chikh-Bled, Mohammed Debbal, Mohammed Chamse Eddine Ouadah, Hicham Chikh-Bled


Many multiple access techniques have been proposed and demonstrated to provide flexible solutions for FTTH network configurations. The performance of this system suffers because of the correlation properties that contribute to a high level of Multiple Access Interference (MAI), low system capacity (users), and lower transmission rate. In this paper, we have proposed Optical CDMA (OCDMA) as a configuration solution for FTTH networks to improve the performance of this type of network.

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