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Unformatted text preview: 464 WDM Network Elements Problems 7.1 Consider a ring network with two intermediate adjacent nodes A and B, each with an OADM. (a) Consider the case where the OADM at node A adds wavelength 1 and the OADM at node B drops the adjacent wavelength 2 . Suppose the minimum received power is set at 30 dBm and the transmit power is set at 0 dBm. Adjacent channel crosstalk at the receiver must be less than 15 dB. Assume that signals are added and dropped by the OADMs with no loss. What is the crosstalk suppression required at the OADM for the adjacent channel? How does this change with the link loss between the two nodes? (b) Next consider the case in which both OADMs drop and add wavelength 1 . We are worried about the case where some of the 1 power, instead of being dropped at the node, leaks through. The intrachannel crosstalk at the receiver must be at least 30 dB below the desired signal. For the same assumptions as above, what is the intrachannel crosstalk suppression required at the OADM? How does this change with the link loss between the two nodes? 7.2 This problem illustrates some of the difficulties facing network planners when they have to use OADMs that are constrained in what channels they can add and drop....
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2011 for the course ECE 6543 taught by Professor Boussert during the Spring '09 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.
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