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Performance Analysis of Hybrid OCDMA/WDM System for Metro Area Network

N. Ahmed EMAIL logo , S. A. Aljunid , R. B. Ahmad , Nizam Uddin Ahamed and Matiur Rahman

Abstract

In this study a hybrid spectral amplitude coding for optical code division multiple access (i.e., called OCDMA) over wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) network is proposed to support large number of subscribers. The proposed system combines two different techniques, namely OCDMA and WDM. The modified double weight (MDW) code is used as a signature address for designing the system. This code has numerous advantages such as this code can accommodate more number of simultaneous active users under considerable standard bit error rate (e.g. ≤10−9) and shorter code length. The proposed system can enhance the network capability to support high number of users. Therefore, this system can be considered as a promising solution for Metro Area Network (MAN).

Received: 2012-12-21
Accepted: 2013-8-8
Published Online: 2014-1-30
Published in Print: 2014-3-1

©2014 by Walter de Gruyter Berlin/Boston

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