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    Outline History of lightwave undersea cable systems Outline History of lightwave undersea cable systems Presentation Transcript

    • Outline
      • History of lightwave undersea cable systems
      • Optical amplifier technologies
      • Examples of lightwave undersea cable networks
        • TPC-5CN
        • APCN
        • FLAG
        • JIH
      • Future technologies
        • WDM
        • Optical Soliton
    • Transmission capacity of the undersea cable systems in the Pacific ocean
    • Lightwave undersea cable systems in the Pacific ocean
    • Major system parameters of TPC-3 and TPC-4 system
    • Transmission loss characteristics of the SiO 2 based optical fiber
    • Basic system configuration of the lightwave undersea cable system
    • Block diagrams of the repeater circuits
    • Reliability issues of the optical repeater
    • Outline
      • History of lightwave undersea cable systems
      • Optical amplifier technologies
      • Examples of lightwave undersea cable networks
        • TPC-5CN
        • APCN
        • FLAG
        • JIH
      • Future technologies
        • WDM
        • Optical Soliton
    • Principle of the Erbium-doped fiber optical amplifier (EDFA)
    • Basic configuration of the EDFA
    • Example of electro-optic repeater and EDFA
      • Electro-optic repeater
      EDFA
    • Technical difficulties of the lightwave undersea systems using EDFA repeater
      • Optical noise (ASE) accumulation
      • Chromatic dispersion of the transmission fiber
      • Nonlinearity of the transmission fiber
      • Polarization dependent factors
        • Polarization dependent loss (PDL)
        • Polarization hole burning (PHB)
        • Polarization mode dispersion (PMD)
    • Test bed of the lightwave undersea systems using EDFA repeater
    • Outline
      • History of lightwave undersea cable systems
      • Optical amplifier technologies
      • Examples of lightwave undersea cable networks
        • TPC-5CN
        • APCN
        • FLAG
        • JIH
      • Future technologies
        • WDM
        • Optical Soliton
    • TPC-5CN Cable Route (Trans-Pacific Cable 5 Network)
    • APCN Cable Route (Asia-Pacific Cable Network)
    • FLAG Cable Route (Fiberoptic Link Around the Globe)
    • Major system parameters of OS-A system
    • JIH Cable Route (Japan Information Highway)
    • Major system parameters of JIH cable (tentative)
      • Key technology
        • Wavelength division multiplexing (WDM)
        • 100Gbit/s = N wavelength  10 or 5 or 2.5Gbit/s
    • Outline
      • History of lightwave undersea cable systems
      • Optical amplifier technologies
      • Examples of lightwave undersea cable networks
        • TPC-5CN
        • APCN
        • FLAG
        • JIH
      • Future technologies
        • WDM
        • Optical Soliton
    • Explanation of Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology
    • Explanation of optical soliton technology
    • Principle of recirculating loop experiment
    • Experimental setup of 5Gbit/s, 22WDM, 9500km recirculating loop experiment
    • Snap shot of the WDM experiments
    • Transmission performance of 5Gbit/s, 22WDM, 9500km recirculating loop experiment
    • Experimental setup of 20Gbit/s, 8100km straight line optical soliton transmission
    • Transmission performance of 20Gbit/s, 8100km straight line optical soliton transmission
    • Conclusion
      • Technologies of the global lightwave undersea cable networks are reviewed.
      • WDM and soliton are two key technologies of future undersea cable networks.
      • 100Gbit/s class lightwave communication system is already available under the laboratory condition, and will be available for the commercial use in early 21st century.