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The original signal cannot be reconstructed from the points that are too far away from each other. Quantization also distorts the signal. The difference between the actual value and the quantization level can be interpreted as added noise (Fig. 14). 2 Digital and Analog Signal Transmission U(t) quantized signal quantization noise (deviation from the original signal) t Fig. 14: Generation of the quantization noise The signal of a CD player is a good example of a digital signal. The human ear can detect frequencies up to 15 kHz to 18 kHz.

The signal of the remote transmitter 2 therefore arrives attenuated with (y-z) dBm at receiver 1. At points of interference in the channel, for example a plug-in connection, a part of the light emitted from transmitter 1 may directly fall onto its own receiver. 3 Network Architectures ver 1 as v. The value of v should be as large as possible. Thus, the interference level through NEXT is x - y. If you assume that a particular SNR is required for error free operation, the following inequality holds true: v > (x-y) + SNR + z Let us look at a practical example: The difference between the transmitting powers is max.

A planar waveguide can be seen in the middle and on the right a semiconductor laser in cross-section with which an optical waveguide is also formed. 5 μm Fig. 5: Examples for optical waveguides Should the waveguide have very small dimensions in the light wave length ranges, then the ray optics description is not sufficient. g. [Vog02], the number of possible propagation angles (modes) diminishes with decreasing diameter. An extreme case thereby is the singlemode waveguide which will be introduced in the next section.

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