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Fiber over Wireless Chromatic Dispersion Compensation for a Better Quality of Service

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Abstract

"Anywhere" and, in particular, "anyhow": these are the two best words that can describe an ad hoc wireless network that is due to the increasing demand for connectivity in such an information society. Ad hoc wireless networks can be described as dynamic multihop wireless networks with mobile nodes. However, the mobility condition can be relaxed, and we can consider an ad hoc wireless network as a reconfigurable network where all the nodes are connected to the local environment through wireless links, and where there is not a central or dominant node—as opposed to, for example, the case of cellular wireless networks where a base station is located in each cell. When ad hoc networks are backboned by fibers, distortion of the optical link presents one of the major issues. In this paper, we will be addressing one of the fundamental problems, namely, chromatic dispersion in the fiber optic prior reaching the access points. This will ensure an adequate quality of service (QoS).

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Correspondence to S. Guizani.

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Keywords

  • Wireless Network
  • Fiber Optic
  • Mobile Node
  • Access Point
  • Local Environment