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# Problem Solutions for Chapter 8

8-1. SYSTEM 1: From Eq. (8-2) the total optical power loss allowed between the light
source and the photodetector is

## which gives L = 11.3 km for the maximum transmission distance.

8-2. (a) Use Eq. (8-2) to analyze the link power budget. (a) For the pin photodiode,
with 11 joints

## = 0 dBm - (-45 dBm) = 11(2 dB) + (4 dB/km)L + 6 dB

which gives L = 4.25 km. The transmission distance cannot be met with these
components.
(b) For the APD

## 0 dBm - (-56 dBm) = 11(2 dB) + (4 dB/km)L + 6 dB

which gives L = 7.0 km. The transmission distance can be met with these
components.

## 8-3. From g(t) = ( 1 - e-2πBt) u(t) we have

 -2πBt10  -2πBt90
1 - e  = 0.1 and 1 - e  = 0.9

so that

1
-2πBt10 -2πBt90
e = 0.9 and e = 0.1

Then
2πBtr 2πB(t90-t10) .9
e =e = .1 = 9

It follows that

ln 9 0.35
2πBtr = ln 9 or tr = = B
2πB

## 8-4. (a) From Eq. (8-11) we have

 t2 
1  1/2  1 1
exp- 2 = 2 which yields t1/2 = (2 ln 2)1/2 σ
2π σ  2σ  2π σ

(b) From Eq. (8-10), the 3-dB frequency is the point at which

1  (2πf3dB)2 σ2 1
G(ω) = 2 G(0), or exp -  =
 2  2

## Using σ as defined in Eq. (8-13), we have

(2 ln 2)1/2 2 ln 2 0.44
f3dB = = =t
2πσ π tFWHM FWHM

8-5. From Eq. (8-9), the temporal response of the optical output from the fiber is

1  t2 
g(t) = exp- 2
2π σ  2σ 

## If τe is the time required for g(t) to drop to g(0)/e, then

1  τe2  g(0) 1
g(τe) = exp- 2 = e =
2π σ  2σ  2π σe

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from which we have that τe = 2 σ. Since te is the full width of the pulse at the

## 1/e points, then te = 2τe = 2 2 σ.

From Eq. (8-10), the 3-dB frequency is the point at which
1
G(f3dB) = 2 G(0). Therefore with σ = te/(2 2 )

1  1  1 1
G(f3dB) = exp  - 2(2πf3dB σ)2 = 2
2π   2π
Solving for f3dB:

2 ln 2 2 ln 2 2 2 0.53
f3dB = = t = t
2πσ 2π e e

## Using Dmat = 0.07 ns/(nm-km), we have

 440(7)0.7 350 
2 2 1/2

tsys = (2) + (0.07) (1) (7) +  800  +  90 
2 2 2 2
     

= 4.90 ns
1 1
The data pulse width is Tb = B = 90 Mb/s = 11.1 ns

Thus 0.7Tb = 7.8 ns > tsys, so that the rise time meets the NRZ data requirements.

## (b) For q = 1.0,

 2 21/2
 440(7) 350 
tsys = (2) + (0.49) +  800  +  90 
2 2 = 5.85 ns
     

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8-7. We want to plot the following 4 curves of L vs B = T :
b

## (a) Attenuation limit

PS - PR = 2(lc) + αfL + 6 dB, where PR = 9 log B - 68.5

## (b) Material dispersion

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tmat = Dmat σλ L = 0.7Tb or

## 0.7Tb 0.7 104

L= = = B (with B in Mb/s)
Dmat σλ BDmat σλ

(c) Modal dispersion (one curve for q = 0.5 and one for q = 1)

q 1/q
0.440L 0.7  800  0.7
tmod = 800 = B or L = 0.44 B 
  
With B in Mb/s, L = 1273/B for q =1, and L = (1273/B)2 for q = .5.

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8-8. We want to plot the following 3 curves of L vs B = T :
b

## (a) Attenuation limit

PS - PR = 2(lc) + αfL + 6 dB, where PR = 11.5 log B - 60.5, PS = -13 dBm, αf =

## so that L = (39.5 - 11.5 log B)/1.5 with B in Mb/s.

(b) Modal dispersion (one curve for q = 0.5 and one for q = 1)

q 1/q
0.440L 0.7  800  0.7
tmod = 800 = B or L = 0.44 B 
  
With B in Mb/s, L = 1273/B for q =1, and L = (1273/B)2 for q = .5.

## 8-9. The margin can be found from

PS - PR = lc + 49(lsp) + 50αf + noise penalty + system margin