Modelos Estatísticos e sua Aplicação na Estimativa do Coeficiente de PMD Máximo em Enlaces Óticos
We present a comparative study among statistical models for treatment of polarization mode dispersion in optical links. With the obtained results it is
possible to estimate the maximum allowed PMD coefficient to be found in long distance optical links. These values may be used to calculate the maximum possible distance a system may operate without PMD compensation considering 10 and 40 Gb/s bit rates.
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