Design And Implementation Of DWDM-Rof Schemes Toward Terabit Long Distance Transmission For 5G Network


  • Dehaq Ehsan Mohsen, Ali Mahdi Hammadi,Ali Al-Askery


AbstractThe mainstreaming of both wireless and optical networks has been known as a sufficient method to increase the mobility, network capacity and reducing the total costs in accessing 5G networks. The most interesting part in the 5G communication network is the communication between the Central Office (CO) and the Base Station (BS), which has been widely discussed by several researchers to enhance and optimize such network performance. In this paper, we demonstrate two designs and implementations for higher speed-based transmission system towards the Tera bit communication and by using the software of Optisystem 17.1 version. The two proposed systems utilize the Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) Radio over fiber (RoF) systems and with a total channel number of 8 and 16 and bandwidth of 50 and 60 GHz for the two systems, respectively. The channels of 1, 4, 8, 12 and 16 were selected as samples for the investigation. The performance analysis based on the parameters of the eye diagram, Q - factor and Min Bit Error Rate (BER) and for distances of 60, 120 and 180 km, respectively. The results indicate higher performance for the two proposed systems that could achieve 320 Gbps and 640 Gbps of data rates for the cases of long-haul optical transmission system.