Dispersion compensation range of TDC boards

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The dispersion compensation of the TDC board ranges from �?00 ps/nm to +400 ps/nm.

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Question: The G.652 fiber requires 10-30 km reserved in the WDM system. However, some G. 652 fibers require full or over dispersion compensation. Why? Analysis: None Answer: The dispersion is related to the chirped return-to-zero (CRZ) or non-return-to-zero (NRZ) code instead of the advanced forward error correction (AFEC). For a 40-channel system using common code patterns, the G. 652 fiber requires 10-30 km reserved in the WDM system. For super CRZ, the relative dispersion compensation of each span should be in the range of 10 km. The G.655 and G.652 fibers share the same compensation principles. The super WDM dispersion compensation follows the following principles: The super WDM introduces a specific dispersion tolerance. The dispersion compensation should try to control the self-phase modulation (SPM) generated by lines and cancel light source chirp, receiving narrow spectrum in the receive end. In this way, the nonlinear effect will not cause a serious system penalty. The receive-end bit error rate (BER) performance is good. The sideband of the spectrum disappeared. A maximum dispersion tolerance of -300 ps/nm to +500 ps/nm can be obtained. Dispersion compensation principles: 1. Select proper dispersion pre-compensation. 2. Use distributed compensation and control the accumulated dispersion values of optical signals at each incident location to control the SPM effect of optical fibers. Different optical fibers have different nonlinear effect and dispersion. Therefore, the nonlinear effect and dispersion observe different compensation principles. G.655 fiber dispersion compensation principles: 1. The G.655 fiber is over-compensated by 40 km, and under-compensated by 80 km. (An OSNR penalty no greater than 1 dB is introduced.) 2. The dispersion pre-compensation value depends on the number of spans. If the number of spans is greater than or equal to six and less than or equal to 11, the G.655 fiber is pre-compensated for 20 km. If the number of spans is greater than 11, the G.655 fiber is not pre-compensated. 3. The relative compensation dispersion value of each span is within 10 km. The relative dispersion compensation value should be offset if possible. That is, the incident dispersion of each optical line amplifier (OLA) station must be within the range of -10 km minus the pre-compensated dispersion to 10 km minus the pre-compensated dispersion. If 20 km is pre-compensated, the incident dispersion of each OLA station is in the range of -30 km to -10 km. If no pre-compensation is required, the incident dispersion of each OLA site is in the range of -10 km to +10 km. 4: If a span distance is long and out of the compensation range of a DCM module, the G.655 fiber can be under-compensated. (The maximum compensation value can be 160 km.) But the incident dispersion must be compensated in the next one or next two spans following the principle three.) 5. For a regeneration span whose span number is larger than 12, if the first span is long and the dispersion must be pre-compensated, 20 km can be pre-compensated. And the incident dispersion is compensated in the range of -10 km to +10 km in the next one or two spans.

Methods for determining the over-compensation or under-compensation according to the dispersion compensation of the 40G board, and conditions for dispersion search
Query the WDM performance events. If the compensation value is negative, the line is under-compensated; if the compensation value is positive, the line is over-compensated.

Whether dispersion compensation is required for OTU boards
Dispersion compensation is not required on the WDM side of OTU boards. Dispersion compensation is generally performed between OA boards.

Whether coherent 40G boards require dispersion compensation, and dispersion tolerance of the LSQ board
No dispersion compensation is required for coherent 40G boards, and the dispersion tolerance of the LSQ board (non-coherent) is ±800 ps/nm.

Differences in dispersion compensation between 40G coherent boards and 40G non-coherent boards
40G non-coherent boards use the TDC technology and the dispersion tolerance is 800 ps/nm. 40G coherent boards use the DSP technology and the dispersion tolerance reaches 60,000 ps/nm. A network deploying non-coherent boards must use DCMs for dispersion compensation. A network that uses only coherent boards does not need to use DCMs.

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