Impact of alien wavelength on wavelength division multiplexing transmission quality

Krzysztof Perlicki

Abstract


The modern Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing management system has no a priori knowledge of alien wavelength parameters. The result of this is unforeseeable impact of alien wavelength parameters on friendly wavelengths quality. We present the numerical simulation of the impact of alien wavelength bandwidth on optical transmission quality. The obtained results indicate that alien wavelength bandwidth must be restricted.

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Photonics Letters of Poland - A Publication of the Photonics Society of Poland
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