The theory of codec based on non-coherent frequency domain codec (FBGs) and non-coherent spectral domain codec (SAC-FBGs) of light-brain grating is theoretically analyzed and its transmission performance is verified. The codec scheme with better performance is compared. An optical quadrature cyclic shift code with a code length N of 13, code weight ωof 4, and self-correlation λ of 1 is used to implement codec schemes using FBGs codec and SAC-FBGs codec, respectively. Based on multiple access interference, signal to interference ratio (SIR) and bit error rate (BER) are discussed separately. From experimental results, it can be concluded that under the condition that the optical orthogonal codes are identical and the number of concurrent users is the same, the signal to interference ratio of the OCDMA system obtained by using the SAC-FBGs coding and decoding scheme is higher than that of the OCDMA system obtained by using the FBGs coding and decoding scheme. The SIR has increased by nearly two orders of magnitude, and the multiple-site interference BER has decreased by 20 or even 100 orders of magnitude. The experiment verifies that the transmission performance of the same optical orthogonal code using the SAC-FBGs coding and decoding scheme is obviously higher than that of the system transmission performance using the FBGs coding and decoding scheme.
|Journal||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Publication status||Published - 29 Oct 2020|
|Event||2020 International Conference on Applied Physics and Computing, ICAPC 2020 - Ottawa, Canada|
Duration: 12 Sept 2020 → 13 Sept 2020