Optical Systems

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XP32OSY ZK 4 4P + 0S Czech
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Department of Telecommunications Engineering

Optical transmission systems are being more extensively used in a practice, particularly in a telecommunication networks. Tremendous transmission capacity and small size offered by a fiber are just two key factors making it attractive. The objective of this subject is to provide students with a more rigorous theoretical background of fiber and transmission systems function.


Examination will be carried out in a form of a rated test with a maximum of 30 points.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Coherent Transmission Systems

2. Terabit Optical Superchannels

3. Extremely High Modulation Formats

4. Multicarrier Optical Transmission

5. Trasmission Systems Using Muticore Fibers

6. Elastic Networking

7. Wavelength Assignement Problems

8. Optical Burst Switched Networks

9. ROADM node architectures for Reconfigurable Optical Networks

10. Novel Architectures for Streaming and Routing

11. Semiconductor Photonic Integrated Circuit Transmitters and Receivers

12. Advances in Photodetectors and Optical Receivers

13. Implementation Aspects of Coherent Transmit and Receive Functions in Application-Specific Integrated Circuits

14. All-Optical Regeneration and Amplification

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:

The objective of this subject is to provide students with a more rigorous theoretical background of fiber and transmission systems function.

Study materials:

[1] SACKINGER, Eduard. Broadband circuits for Optical Fiber Communication. 1st edition. New Jersey : Wiley, 2005. 453 s. ISBN 0-471-71233-7. ^ [2] CHEN, Chin-Lin. Elements of optoelectronics and fiber optics. Chicago : IRWIN, 1996. 585 s. ISBN 0-256-14182-7. ^ [3] GOFF, David R. Fiber Optic Reference Guide : A Practical Guide to Communications Technology. New York : Focal Press, 2002. 253 s. ISBN 0-240-80486-4. ^ [4] KASHIMA, Norio. Passive Optical Components for Optical Fiber Trasmission. London : Artech House, 1995. 341 s. ISBN 0-89006-775-9. ^ [5] WEINERT, Andreas. Plastic Optical Fibers : Principles, Components, Installation. Munich : Siemens, 1999. 145 s. ISBN 3-89578-135-5. ^ [6] KAMINOW, Ivan, TINGYE, Lie. Optical Fiber Telecommunications IV A : Components. Kaminw Ivan. London Academic Press 2002. 876 s. ISBN 0-12-395172-0. ^ [7] KAMINOW, Ivan, TINGYE, Li. Optical Fiber Communications: Systems and Impairments. Ivan Kaminow. London Academic Press 2002. 1022 s. ISBN 0-12-359173-9. ^

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