Simulation of Gain in Semiconductor Optical Amplifier Tension

  • Aram Ghaderi Master of Electrical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Kurdistan

Abstract

The structure of an optical communication system similar to any other electrical connection system consists of several elements, including the transmitter (light source), medium (fiber optic) and receiver (optical detector) is. Standard single-mode fibers for data transmission at wavelengths normally used 33/1 micrometers and 55.1 micrometers. Optical fibers in the wavelength range of the losses are insignificant. Despite the low loss optical fibers for data transmission over long distances (more than 50 km), the need to strengthen our optical pulses again. Therefore, the optical amplifiers are required. Semiconductor optical amplifier polarization is sensitive to the structure used to relieve tension. The advantages of optical communication devices compared to other communication devices, such as bandwidth, low weight, low-loss optical fiber, flexibility, safety data sent against electromagnetic interference and inexpensive noted.

Author Biography

Aram Ghaderi, Master of Electrical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Kurdistan
Faculty of Science

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Published
2015-12-21
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Ghaderi, A. (2015). Simulation of Gain in Semiconductor Optical Amplifier Tension. Majlesi Journal of Telecommunication Devices, 4(4). Retrieved from http://journals.iaumajlesi.ac.ir/td/index/index.php/td/article/view/289
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