Discussion of a graduation project (1) for the Communications Department at the College of Engineering and Technology entitled “Erbium-doped optical fibers”

Today, the two students, “Mohamed Amr Shayboub” and “Ibrahim Mohamed Yassin Hamadeh” from the Communications Department at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at the International University discussed a graduation project (1) for the year 2020-2021 entitled “Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier (EDFA)”, supervised by Dr. Ali Al-Thafeer.

The project initially talked about fiber-optic communications and how it moved from simple systems to deliver light to systems that affect life, and developed rapidly, making it a position in which it competes with other means of communication, and optical fibers have many advantages such as low loss, light weight, and most importantly, its very high bandwidth, which It reaches thousands of billions of bits per second, in addition to its diverse uses in long-range lines and across the seas.

The project indicated that research continued to develop the elements of optical fiber communication systems, so the researchers were able to graft the glass fibers with erbium material, which gave a strong impetus to the use of optical fiber systems at the wavelength of 1550 nm, and this grafting led to obtaining high-gain amplifiers called Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier.

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