DEVELOPMENT AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH-SPEED SINGLE-CHANNEL ISOWC TRANSMISSION LINK USING A SPECTRALLY EFFICIENT HIGHER-ORDER MODULATION FORMAT
Abstract
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Studies have used IsOWC interconnections as a practical way to trans receive signals in between satellites using carrier as optical signal and propagation medium as a space. Information can be safely transported across the globe via IsOWC connections. The current work describes a polarisation division multiplexed quadrature phase shift keying (PDM-QPSK) based highest speed and longest reach IsOWC system using a single channel. To increase receiver sensitivity, at receiver terminal coherent detection is installed and DSP module has been implemented to reduce losses caused by abductant atmospheric effects and to forecast the phase (carrier). We have evaluated necessary OSNR (optical signal to noise ratio) to obtain the appropriate BER (bit error rate) to evaluate the output of suggested link (BER). According to the results, a reliable 112 Gbit/s transmission with a good BER is possible at 22,500 km. Additionally, we quantitatively examine how connections with rising pointing faults perform in terms of OSNR. Additionally, a comparison of the suggested link with the body of current literature points to a better system towards (maximum data with maximum range) and spectrum efficiency (maximum data with maximum range). Coherent detection, DSP, and PDM-QPSK provide a strong foundation for creating spectrally effective IsOWC connections.

Authors
Shivmanmeet Singh, Narwant Singh Grewal, Baljit Kaur
Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, India

Keywords
Polarization division multiplexing (PDM), Quadrature phase shift keying (QPSK), Inter-satellite optical wireless communication (IsOWC), Coherent detection and Digital signal processing (DSP)
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ICTACT
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ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 13 , Issue: 4 , Pages: 2794 - 2799 )
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December 2022
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