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Articles by Jiangnan Xiao
Total Records ( 3 ) for Jiangnan Xiao
  Xu Di , Jiangnan Xiao , Lin Chen and Jianjun Yu
  We have theoretically and experimentally investigated the timing offset estimation methods based on training symbol with three different structures (Two-segments, Four-segments and Eight-segments) in direct-detection (DD) optical orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OOFDM) systems. The performance of the proposed method is evaluated in terms of mean and mean-square error (MSE) of timing offset estimation in one experimental system with 4 Gbits sec-1 DD-OOFDM signal transmission over 100 km standard Single Mode Fiber (SMF). The experimental results show that the two-segments timing offset estimation method has smaller MSE than the other methods and achieves higher acquisition probability of timing synchronization in DD-OOFDM transmission system.
  Guangqian Wen , Jiangnan Xiao , Zizheng Cao , Fan Li , Lin Chen and Jianjun Yu
  In a baseband direct-detected optical orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (DDO-OFDM) system, when the total transmitted power is constant, increasing the power of pilots can improve channel estimation accuracy but also increases the interference from them. Therefore, in order to obtain a best performance, the optimal ratio of pilot-to-total power should be given. In this letter, we compared different systems with different pilot power to total power ratios by simulations. The results showed that the power allocation with an optimal pilot power to total power ratio was found and the optimal power allocation obtained the most accurate channel estimation and the highest receiver sensitivity.
  Zhiwei Zheng , Ying Li , Jiangnan Xiao and Lin Chen
  This study proposes a novel scheme for realizing a cost-effective Base Station (BS) by using optical Local Oscillator (LO) and millimeter (mm)-wave signal distribution in a Radio-Over-Fiber (ROF) system. In the Central Station (CS), the optical LO and mm-wave signals were obtained via the Four-Wave Mixing (FWM) process in a Semiconductor Optical Amplifier (SOA). A 100/200 GHz optical interleaver was used to separate the optical LO and mm-wave signal in the BS and simplify the complexity of the filtering configuration. The 40 GHz optical LO and mm-wave distribution has been experimentally demonstrated in ROF systems by using the proposed scheme. The power penalty for downlink 40 GHz mm-wave signal was less than 1 dB.
 
 
 
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