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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Analysis Of Residual Pumped Fiber Raman Amplifier In High Capacity DWDM Systems

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Er. Manbir Singh, Dr. Beant Kaur, Er. Gautam Kaushal



Multiple pumps, Fiber Raman amplifier (FRA), DWDM, optical amplifier, Gain ,Noise Figure, Wavelength window



With the expeditions high speed requirements for internet applications, high capacity optical systems are need of the day. Optical amplifier such as Fiber Raman amplifier is widely deployed because it can serve any optical band with different pump wavelengths. In this work, a Residual Pumped Fiber Raman Amplifier in High Capacity Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexed Systems is investigated. Analysis has been done by incorporating different pump powers, channel spacings in terms of Gain. A wavelength window of 96 nm is covered starting from 1470 nm to 1566 nm at 0.8 nm spacing.



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