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Journal of Applied Sciences
  Year: 2011 | Volume: 11 | Issue: 5 | Page No.: 840-847
DOI: 10.3923/jas.2011.840.847
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The Eye Diagram Analysis of Restoration Scheme in FTTH-PON

M.S. Ab-Rahman, L. Al-Hakim Azizan, S.A.C. Aziz and K. Jumari

In this study, a technique for automatic restoration scheme for the ease of customers in a passive optical network is proposed. Protection switching against the failure in fiber line is carried out using our restoration scheme. The smart and intelligent system of FTTH is expected to be a key element which provides centralized monitoring, survivability and instantly maintenance of FTTH customer access network. In this study, we implement a cost effective restoration scheme for a novel tree-based for Intermediate Split Structure (ISS) in the drop region section. The protection mechanism for tree based optical switch will have capability to divert the signal onto protection line according to the types of failure condition and location of failures in access network by means of Zig Zag mechanism. This will ensure the data flow continuously due to breakdown occur in the network and instantly repair operation. We employ the dedicated and shared protection in our design. Four faulty conditions are considered in this article and OptiSystem, Inc. software is used to prove the solution feasibility. This study focused on the eye diagram parameter analysis in the FTTH-PON network during the working and failure condition. Four parameters will be concentrated which are BER, eye opening, maximum Q factor and jitter. In the case of failure condition, four restoration schemes are activated to ensure the signal flow continuously without perturbation.
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M.S. Ab-Rahman, L. Al-Hakim Azizan, S.A.C. Aziz and K. Jumari, 2011. The Eye Diagram Analysis of Restoration Scheme in FTTH-PON. Journal of Applied Sciences, 11: 840-847.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2011.840.847






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