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Security improved duobinary optical communication scheme through bio-inspired chaos masking scheme
IET Optoelectronics  (IF1.636),  Pub Date : 2020-09-14, DOI: 10.1049/iet-opt.2018.5080
Sornalatha Ravindran, Janakiraman Nithiyanantham

In optical fibre communication system, improved modulation schemes have been proposed to increase capability and high bit rate transmission. One such technique is optical duobinary modulation, which can able to broadcast high-speed optical signals over bandwidth-limited channels. The conventional modulation schemes employ the non-return-to-zero modulation and return-to-zero modulation technique. These schemes decrease spectrum width and increase the dispersion tolerance. However, the effect of inter-symbol inference presents between the pulses. These techniques give a reduced performance for high bit rate transmissions and transmission over long distances. Hence in this work, the implementation of duobinary modulation improves the performance of optical communication along with the provision of enhanced security through bio-inspired chaos masking scheme. The bio-inspired chaos-masking scheme generates the security key using the spider security pattern generator to provide improved security. The parameters of the proposed technique are analysed for different transmission rates and the performance improvement is validated.