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Student Report - Andreas Kragelund - July 2008
Automation of 40 Gbit/s test system.
Bachelor of Science Thesis, DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.
26 August 2008.
Supervisors: Christophe Peucheret, Jorge Seoane, Michael Galili.

Andreas Kragelund


This thesis present a method for automating bit error ratio and optical signal-to-noise ratio measurements in LabVIEW based on different measurement instruments, making it easier and faster to perform this kind of measurements. Results are presented directly when the measurements are performed making it possible for an operator to spot any inconsistency in the results. Measurements performed on a 40 Gbps optical communication system using the developed tool will show to match the results obtained by ``traditional'' manual measurements and the results are presented.


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Record created 2008-08-28, last modified 2008-10-15

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