Scrambling of data in all-optical domain. Mehra, R.; Janyani, V.; and Dixit, H. Journal of Optics (India), 2015.
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© 2015, The Optical Society of India.This paper introduces a new approach for design of Scrambler in all-optical domain. Scrambler is used in the transmitter section of a communication system to make data random by removing long sequence of 0’s and 1’s. To obtain original data descrambler is used with the receiver section. Basic design of scrambler is based on shift register and Ex-OR addition. Desired result corresponding to input sequence is verified in time domain at 2.5 Gb/s. Minimum bit error rate achieved is zero and maximum quality factor is 64.4.
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