Modern Fiber Optic Communication Systems Simulations with Advanced Level Matlab Modules
Carrier Density and Optical Power of Laser Diodes for Pulsed Currents
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The laser rate equations for pulses in a laser diode are simulated to obtain the photon density and carrier density.
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Solves the laser rate equations for pulses in a laser diode.
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3b.1 Use a current pulse instead of the dc current (with a suitable DC bias so that the laser is biased above threshold). Let the first pulse be located at 5 ns with T0 (as defined in the code, rate_eqn_pulse.m) = 3ns. Modify the code to introduce three current pulses corresponding to a bit pattern of ’1101’ of a 100 Mb/s signal. Plot the output power (and also electron density) as a function of time. Explain any distortions you observe in the plot of optical power vs time. Are the optical power pulses broader than the current pulses?
3b.2 Repeat (3b.1) for a bit pattern of ’1101’ of a 200 Mb/s signal. Can you transmit 200 Mb/s signal using this laser diode? Provide explanation.
Selected Simulated Results Using this Module
Electron Density Vs. Time
Optical Power Density Vs. Time