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研究生:楊有為
研究生(外文):Yu-Wei Yang
論文名稱:應用振幅調變和相位調變八字形光纖鎖模雷射於高速脈衝信號傳輸之研究
論文名稱(外文):Study of High Speed Pulse Transmission with Applying Amplitude Modulated and Phase Modulated Figure Eight Mode-Locked Fiber Laser
指導教授:曹士林曹士林引用關係
指導教授(外文):Shyh-Lin Tsao
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣師範大學
系所名稱:光電科技研究所
學門:工程學門
學類:電資工程學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2005
畢業學年度:93
語文別:英文
中文關鍵詞:光纖通訊色散補償高速雷射鎖模雷射振幅調變相位調變光纖雷射
外文關鍵詞:optical fiber communicationdispersion compensatedhigh speed lasermode-locked laseramplitude modulatorphase modulatorfiber laser
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本文分別提出高速振幅調變和調幅信號注入式相位調變及調頻注入式相位調變等三型鎖模雷射應用於光纖通訊傳輸系統之研究,於高速雷射光源之共振腔部份,是分別利用一個振幅調變器和一個相位調變器,注入外加調變訊號,使共振腔內之縱模產生建設性干涉,進而達到以低頻外加調變訊號,倍增其光訊號之重複率的諧波鎖模雷射。此外,我們微調外加調變訊號,以分析外加調變訊號對脈衝寬度、脈衝重複率、脈衝抖動、週期、上升時間和下降時間等因數的影響。於傳輸系統方面,我們應用於光纖通訊系統之整合。在光纖長距離傳輸部分,我們以長距離單模光纖搭配色散補償光纖,使色散得以補償,並以摻鉺光纖放大器補償長距離傳輸的損失,於此系統,我們改變模擬與理論參數,以眼圖來評估我們所設計不同的系統適合應用的條件。
In this thesis, we propose a fiber-satellite integration using a high speed AM fed amplitude-modulated mode-locked and AM/PM fed phase-modulated mode-locked figure-eight laser apply to transmission system. In the cavity of high speed laser source, we utilize an amplitude modulator and phase modulator to inject additive modulation signal respectively. The modulation signal can let the longitudinal mode in cavity produce constructive interference, and then, achieve small modulation signal to excite harmonic and rational mode-locked laser in high repetition rate. After producing high speed mode-locked laser, we do detuning the modulation parameters to analyze the effect of repetition rate, pulsewidth, rise time, falling time and jitter. In optical transmission systems, we consider the 100 km long single mode fiber is used in the fiber transmission analysis. We also insert the dispersion-compensated fiber to compensate chromatic dispersion, and analyse eye pattern with various transmission system, we can evaluate proper application for our designed system.
Contents
Chinese Abstract………………………………………………...i
English Abstract………………………………………………..ii
Acknowledgment……………………………………………….iv
Contents………………………………………………………....v
List of Figures…………………………………………………viii
List of Tables………………………………………………….xvii

Chapter 1 Introduction…………………………………………1

Chapter 2 Amplitude Modulated Mode-Locked Figure Eight Fiber Laser…………...……………………………...7

2-1 Introduction…………..…..………………………………………..…...7
2-2 System Description …………………………….....………………….15
2-3 Theoretical Model………………………………………..…..……….17
2-3-1 Time-Domain ABCD Matrix……………………...…………..17
2-3-2 Theoretical Model of A Amplitude-Modulated Mode-Locked F8L…………………………………...……………………...19
2-4 Analysis of Results...……………………………………………..…...22
2-4-1 10 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation……………………………...…23
2-4-2 20 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation………………………………...24
2-4-3 40 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation…………………………….…..24
2-4-4 50 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation…………………………….…25
2-5 Summary…………………………………………………………...…26

Chapter 3 Phase Modulated Mode-Locked Figure Eight Fiber Laser……………………………………………….51

3-1Introduction…………..…..………………………………………..…..51
3-2 System Description …………………………….....………………….54
3-3 Theoretical Model………………………………………..…..……….55
3-3-1 FM signal fed PM……………………...……………………...56
3-3-2AM signal fed PM……………………...……………………...57
3-4 Analysis of Results...……………………………………………..…...59
3-4-1 10 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation……………………………...…60
3-4-2 20 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation………………………………...61
3-4-3 40 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation…………………………….…..62
3-4-4 50 Gb/s Pulse Train Generation…………………………….…..62
3-5 Summary…………………………………………………………...…63


Chapter 4 Transmission of Mode-Locked Laser with
dispersion compensated fiber.…………………….83

4-1 Introduction ………………………...…………………..……..……...83
4-2 Single Channel Fiber Transmission System…………………..............85
4-2-1 Unreaptered Transmission System…………...……………….85
4-2-2 Dispersion Mapping System…………………………………..86
4-3 Theoretical Analysis of The System…...………………….………….86
4-3-1 Power Penalty Induced by Dispersion……………………..….86
4-4 Simulate model of The System……………………………………….89
4-4-1 Bit Error Rate…………………...…………………………..…..90
4-5 Numerical Results …………………………………………………....94
4-6 Distance Analysis…………………………………………………...97
4-6 Summary and Discussion……………………………………………..99


Chapter 5 Conclusions……...……………………..…………113

References………………………………………………..…...118

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