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Performance Analysis of WDM-FSO Link under Turbulence Channel

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In this paper, the performance analysis of FSO communication link in various atmospheric turbulence has been analysis for different bit rate using NRZ and RZ technique. The effect of turbulence on the link performance has been investigated by varying bit rate, turbulence strength and modulation format. FSO performance carried out for BER, Q. factor, received power under maximum link. Simulation results show that RZ format is best for strong turbulence. Where NRZ technique is used for low and medium turbulence.
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  • Department of Physics, College of Science, Al-Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq, mazin79phy@yahoo.com
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