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Design and Analysis of X-OR Gate and 4-Bit Binary to 4-Bit Gray and Gray to Binary Code Converter Using Dual Control Dual SOA TOAD (DCDS-TOAD)

[ Vol. 12 , Issue. 3 ]

Author(s):

Kajal Maji and Kousik Mukherjee*   Pages 175 - 186 ( 12 )

Abstract:


Background: In this paper we have design and analyzed 4-bit binary to 4-bit gray code and 4-bit gray to 4-bit gray code converter using dual control dual semiconductor optical amplifier terahertz optical asymmetric demultiplexer (DCDS-TOAD). We used control pulse as a Soliton pulse train. We calculate the extinction ratio, contrast ratio and Q value and found very high values. The high values of E.R., C.R. and Q value distinguishes the high (‘1’) level to the low(‘0’) very clearly also shown the variation of E.R., C.R. and Q value with control pulse energy and amplified spontaneous emission power factor.

Methods: The basic equations governing the TOAD performance is simulated using MATLAB. The extinction ratio, contrast ratio and Q value are calculated for analysis of the device.

Results: Results of operation for the code converters are performed at a bit rate of 100Gbps. The structure of DCDSTOAD enable us to achieve high values of ER(~ 81dB), CR(~83dB) and Q factor (86dB). A high Q factor shows very low bit error rate (BER). The eye diagram shows a large eye opening (REOP~98.5%).

Conclusions: Design and analyzed 4-bit binary to 4-bit gray code and 4-bit gray to 4-bit gray code converter using dual control dual semiconductor optical amplifier terahertz optical asymmetric demultiplexer (DCDS-TOAD) is proposed and analyzed. We used control pulse as a Soliton pulse train. The proposed X-OR gate finds applications in many devices.

Keywords:

Optical logic, binary code, gray code, DCDS-TOAD, gain saturation, Q value, ASE noise.

Affiliation:

Department of Physics, B.B. College, Asansol, Department of Physics, B.B. College, Asansol

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