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In wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) optical networks, intraband and/or interband crosstalk plays a major role in limiting practical implementation of an OXC subsystem. Again FIBER BRAGG GRATINGS (FBGs), due to their properties, are emerging as very important elements for both the optical fiber communication and sensing fields. The crosstalk sources are related to the different individual components of the OXC's. In this paper, an analytical model is established to evaluate the performance of an FBG-OC-based optical cross connect and proposed a novel scheme of transmission Fiber Bragg Grating for different wavelength separation and determine the BER and power penalty with optical wavelength division multiplexed cross-connect topologies at different bit rate.


Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM), Optical Cross Connect (OXC), Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG), Optical Circulator (OC).
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