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High-Speed Detection with Avalanche Photodiode in Optical Interleave Division Multiple Access Scheme

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  • Department of Electronics and Communication, BIET, Jhansi – 284128, Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Department of Electronics, HBTI, Kanpur – 208002, Uttar Pradesh, India

Abstract


Objective: To execute the Avalanche photodiode instead of a PIN photodiode in Optical Interleave Division multiple Access (O-IDMA) communication system and to analyze the performance for high data rate transmission. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The detection of optical signal at the receiver of the O-IDMA system is an important operation and decides the performance of the system. Here the detection is done using Avalanche Photodiode for O-IDMA system and analyzed. Iterative decoder is used for decoding at the receiver using the soft decision method. MATLAB is utilized as a simulation tool. Findings: The simulation results have been demonstrated that Avalanche Photodiode is appropriate than PIN Photodiode. The completion and efficiency of the O-IDMA system can be ameliorated with the utilization of avalanche photo detector. Applications/Improvements: The completion of the O-IDMA system is ameliorated appreciably by utilizing Avalanche photodiode and system support more no. of users, less bit error rate and large data rate transmission.

Keywords

Avalanche Photodiode, Bit Error Rate, IDMA Scheme, Optical Fiber, PIN Photodiode.

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