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M.Sc. Thesis - Oriol Porcar Pujol - March 2012
Mode division multiplexing using MIMO processing.
M.Sc. thesis, DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.
29 March 2012.
Supervisors: C. Peucheret, J. Xu, Joan M. Gen.

Oriol Porcar Pujol


Mode division multiplexing technologies in multimode optical fibers are being considered as one of the possible solution to the ever growing user capacity demands. Problems derived from this kind of fibers can be overcome using Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) techniques. In this thesis, computer simulations for mode division multiplexing in multimode optical fibers using MIMO processing are reported. The implementation of the mathematical model is based on a coherent optical communication system with multimode fibers and MIMO equalization. Digital Signal processing is used to estimate the MIMO channel matrix and invert its effects. The simulation environment is an error counting tool able to quickly setup customized experiments through a user-friendly graphical interface, providing numerous output displays. Theoretical validation simulations and system performance results are obtained to validate the system, check parameter dependencies and evaluate the link performance results. An overall insight of the effectiveness of MIMO technology applied to mode division multiplexed transmission systems is provided.


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