Study on Automatic Switching Protection of Optical with 3R Amplier Based on FPGA
Science Discovery
Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2018, Pages: 189-192
Received: Jun. 26, 2018; Published: Jun. 26, 2018
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Xiong Li, Department of Network Engineering, Shanghai Qianqiao University,
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Abstract
In this paper, we research and develop a new type of optical fiber based on high-speed switching FPGA routing automatic protection switching device, its innovative USES high-speed electronic SWITCH high-speed exchange of FPGA design, will be 0 to 10g digital optical signal photoelectric conversion amplification and rearrangement of the equipment selected by the high speed switching FPGA SWITCH protection, can for any important 0 to 10 g optical signal circuit after transformation (1 + 1) send after protect rearrangement of amplification, adopt concurrent optimization of transmission mode, automatic selection of high quality circuit signal in the microsecond time complete electrical SWITCH (far superior to the traditional common optical SWITCH SWITCH time), based on the development of commercial products for the national grid ehv transmission network users with high reliability,high performance of 0 to 10 g optical signal transmission channel protection, its there is no insertion loss, does not affect the original light path, also used in long-distance optical network transmission protection system in the west and subvert the traditional light path switching apparatus for at least 2 ~ 5 DBM large insertion loss. It overcomes the disadvantage of the traditional optical switch protection device.
Keywords
High-Speed Exchange, FPGA, OPTICAL SWITCH, 3R Regeneration, Digital Signal OPTICAL Path Switching, Insertion Loss
To cite this article
Xiong Li, Study on Automatic Switching Protection of Optical with 3R Amplier Based on FPGA, Science Discovery. Vol. 6, No. 3, 2018, pp. 189-192. doi: 10.11648/j.sd.20180603.18
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