Detail publikace

Interference of Data Transmission in Access and Backbone Networks by High-Power Sensor System

Originální název

Interference of Data Transmission in Access and Backbone Networks by High-Power Sensor System

Anglický název

Interference of Data Transmission in Access and Backbone Networks by High-Power Sensor System

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Currently, individual optical fibers are mostly used for each non-data application, which is very inefficient and uneconomical. Sharing a single fiber for multiple applications is a promising solution. However, in the case of a non-data application, the situation is much more complicated compared to data because of special application´s requirements. In laboratory setup, we performed a measurement with a standard G.652D optical fiber for analyzing possible interaction of stable frequency/accurate time transmission, 1.25/10Gbps data transmission (typical bitrates for access point-to-point networks), and high-power sensor signal for different channel spacing and different pulse duration of sensor signal.

Anglický abstrakt

Currently, individual optical fibers are mostly used for each non-data application, which is very inefficient and uneconomical. Sharing a single fiber for multiple applications is a promising solution. However, in the case of a non-data application, the situation is much more complicated compared to data because of special application´s requirements. In laboratory setup, we performed a measurement with a standard G.652D optical fiber for analyzing possible interaction of stable frequency/accurate time transmission, 1.25/10Gbps data transmission (typical bitrates for access point-to-point networks), and high-power sensor signal for different channel spacing and different pulse duration of sensor signal.

BibTex


@article{BUT137022,
  author="Petr {Münster} and Tomáš {Horváth} and Josef {Vojtěch} and Ondřej {Havliš} and Martin {Šlapák} and Pavel {Škoda} and Jan {Radil} and Radek {Velc} and Miloslav {Hůla}",
  title="Interference of Data Transmission in Access and Backbone Networks by High-Power Sensor System",
  annote="Currently, individual optical fibers are mostly used for each non-data application, which is very inefficient and uneconomical. Sharing a single fiber for multiple applications is a promising solution. However, in the case of a non-data application, the situation is much more complicated compared to data because of special application´s requirements. In laboratory setup, we performed a measurement with a standard G.652D optical fiber for analyzing possible interaction of stable frequency/accurate time transmission, 1.25/10Gbps data transmission (typical bitrates for access point-to-point networks), and high-power sensor signal for different channel spacing and different pulse duration of sensor signal.",
  chapter="137022",
  doi="10.1080/01468030.2017.1327624",
  howpublished="online",
  number="3",
  volume="36",
  year="2017",
  month="june",
  pages="144--156",
  type="journal article"
}