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To Measure The Effectiveness Data And Voice Communication Through Optical Fiber

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Introduction:
In its simplest terms, fiber optics is a medium for carrying information from one point to another in the form of light. Unlike the copper form of transmission, fiber optics is not electrical in nature.
A basic fiber optic system consists of a transmitting device, which generates the light signal; an optical fiber cable, which carries the light; and a receiver, which accepts the light signal transmitted. The fiber itself is passive and does not contain any active, generative properties.

Corning Cable Systems manufactures and sells those components considered to be part of the passive fiber transmission subsystem; i.e. not active electronic components.

At present there are many optical fiber communication links throughout the world without using optical solitons. When we introduce optical solitons as light pulses through the fibers, we can achieve high quality telecommunication at a lower cost. We can expect a great revolution in optical fiber communication within a few years by means of solitons.
The transmission of multiple optical signals channels over the same fiber is a simple way to increase the transmission capacity of the fiber against the fiber dispersion, fiber nonlinearity and speed of electronic components which limit the bit rate. So multiplexing techniques are followed. Multiplexing means many signals at a given time.
Suppose for each channel the bit rate is 100 Gb per second and by accommodating 100 channels through multiplexing technique the total bit rate through a single fiber can be increased to 10 Tb per s (1 Tera = 1012): Thus the information carrying capacity of a fiber is increased by the multiplexing technique. There are three types of multiplexing techniques:
(i) TDM time division multiplexing
(ii) FDM frequency division multiplexing
(iii) WDM wavelength division multiplexing

Number of Pages of Project Report: 181
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1 Introduction
CHAPTER 2 Literature Review
CHAPTER 3 Research Methodology
Research Objectives
PROCESS
TECHNOLOGY
WAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXING OPTICAL FIBRE
OPTICAL FIBRE
APPLICATION
TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION
MANUFACTURING
VOICE COMMUNICATION
PROCESS
MATERIAL REQUIRED
HOW STUFFS WORK?
VOICE COMMUNICATION
FABRICATION AND COUPLING
MAKING PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (P.C.B.)
FIBER OPTIC SENSORS
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
CHAPTER 4 BACKGORUND OF THE STUDY
CHAPTER 5 DATA ANALYSIS
Dispersion
COMPARISON WITH ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION
GOVERNING STANDARDS
CHAPTER 6 Components and Modules of Project
CHAPTER 7 Results & Discussion
CHAPTER 8 Conclusions
CHAPTER 9 Limitations
References

 


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