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Design of passive optical network
Žák, Ondřej ; Münster, Petr (referee) ; Reichert, Pavel (advisor)
Diploma thesis is dealing with access networks, especially with the passive optical network. The theoretical part is a list of different types of passive optical access networks, including theirs basic description, which then goes on to feature connectivity options for optical units, customers, including topology of distribution network. Analysis of different types of networks and the possibility of physical and logical design is the basis for successful design and prepa-ration of future optical access networks. Practical part is devoting to data analysis of measurement existing metropolitan network to be used for construction of optical access network in Brno, Ţlutý kopec – Preslova location. Data evaluation showed possibility of connecting with already installed network hence is created proposal of optical access network mentioned before. Selected location is analysed in detail and illustrated on situational scheme of location and customers, whose will be passive split-ters to central office. Consequently is developed project of optical access network based on data analysed date from measurements. Project is study and description of planned solution of optical access network in order to bring Triple Play services to customers. Within the interpretation of the feasibility of the project and verification physical layer pa-rameters of network was made a simulation in OptiSystem. The possibility of successful op-eration of the optical access network with the attributes entered in its design is approved in accordance with the evaluation results. The proposed network is passive in character of GPON standard, and the text describes in detail physical layer, proposed transmission speed, wave and attenuation plan of optical net-work. The work implies a specific line of HDPE ducts and microducts in them, including drawing the maps and identification in-depth. The work contains a description of the elements that are installed on the route – the number, type and eventually its length. Diploma thesis is introducing the technology and construction sequence of access network leading to its opera-tional state.
Passive optical networks WDM-PON
Havliš, Ondřej ; Šifta, Radim (referee) ; Münster, Petr (advisor)
The work deals with optical access networks, passive optical networks, especially WDM-PON. Features a modern solution to connect users to the optical access network using optical FTTx connections. Describes the different types of FTTx connections, their parameters and construction technology. Practical work is a practical application of theory for the development of various design and simulation of WDM-PON networks. Each proposal includes the construction of technical solutions optical access networks, the technology used and the balance of the reduced pricing WDM-PON network. The penultimate part of the work consists of design models simulated WDM-PON networks by the simulation program OptSim. The conclusion deals with the evaluation of individual design and simulation of WDM-PON networks.
The audit methology of optical networks
Štěpán, Petr ; Münster, Petr (referee) ; Reichert, Pavel (advisor)
This work deals with summary of optical system audit in the terms of all layer of the reference model ISO/OSI. Introduction of the work focuses on exploring issues of management networks control, the description of ISO/OSI model and explanation of the terms QoS and SLAs. The description of the optical fiber transmission follows after that. The characteristics of the waveguide and optical communication system components with regard to its reliable operation and management are analyzed. Some major types of optical networks are described. Following section contains a description of methods used in the audit, further the methods for measuring physical, connection and network layer of the reference model are discussed more thoroughly. The work also contains a partial analysis of the audit of the physical layer of the selected section of the Brno academic network optical line. Of all these methods for networks control the final audit report for the optical network with selected limits is compiled as a conclusion of the work.
Simultaneous transmission of photonic services in fibre optics
Látal, Michal ; Horváth, Tomáš (referee) ; Münster, Petr (advisor)
Diploma thesis focuses on simultaneous transmission of selected photonic services by one single-mode optical fiber. The thesis deals with the problem of common transmission of multiple photonic services by one optical fiber using the wavelength division multiplex technology. Furthermore, the origin and influence of nonlinear phenomena accompanying the simultaneous transmission of photonic services are described. Except common data transmission with a bitrate of 10 Gbit/s, a common high-speed data signal transmission with a bitrate of 200 Gbit/s, accurate time transmission and high-power sensor signal are considered. During the aimultaneous transmission of selected photonic services, the measurement of the transmission parameters was performed for various variants of the simultaneous transmission arrangement. In particular, the influence of nonlinear phenomena and possible mutual interference of individual transmission channels at 50 and 100 GHz between signals was analyzed.
Beehive security system against unauthorized manipulation
Milota, Martin ; Münster, Petr (referee) ; Dejdar, Petr (advisor)
This master thesis deals with the design of beehive security system against unauthorized manipulation. The system uses LoRaWAN wireless communication technology for data transmission. The device records the movement of the beehive using an accelerometer and then locates the beehive using a GPS module. The low-energy system works via a battery-powered ESP32 microcontroller and is located on a beehive. The battery is charged using a solar panel. The system can be modularly expanded with additional sensors to monitor the condition of the bees. The device has been tested in practice, where it has been confirmed that it meets the required properties for securing beehives.
Creation of laboratory exercises focused on measurement of basic parameters of telecommunication cables
Mlatec, Jan ; Látal, Michal (referee) ; Münster, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focused on getting acquainted with the basic parameters of telecommunication lines. The laboratory is equipped measuring equipments used to measure. First, the individual cables were connected to the measuring instruments. This was followed by the launch of the devices and a detailed acquaintance with their functions. After obtaining the requisite knowledge of the device, a manual was prepared, which describes the working procedure for working with measuring equipments. The attachment which is a part of the thesis contain the model design of the individual laboratory tasks. Each of these exercises contains extensive theoretical introduction to solve problems and task assignment. First, the individual cables were connected to the measuring instruments. This was followed by the launch of the devices and a detailed acquaintance with their functions. After gaining the necessary knowledge about the device, an abbreviated manual was prepared, which describes the work procedure of measurement work, which is in the appendix to this work. Furthermore, a design of laboratory tasks for students was performed. This work contains a sample elaboration of individual laboratory tasks. The first task was created to measure the attenuation characteristics of coaxial cables. Students will learn how the attenuation of individual types of cables are different. The second task is to measure the frequency dependence of the impedance of coaxial cables. Students will again check the important characteristics of individual types of coaxial cables. The third task is to measure the parameters of UTP cables that will make students able to compare the properties with another type of cable.
New trends in fibre optic sommunications
Lubajo, Lubajo Moses Wolyan ; Dejdar, Petr (referee) ; Münster, Petr (advisor)
Přenos optickych vláken je jednou z hlavních metod přenosu informací pro přenos na velké vzdálenosti. Byly vyvinuty různé modulační formáty pro maximalizaci informací přenášenych prostřednictvím komunikačního kanálu. Takové formáty sahají od formátů, které přenášejí jeden bit na symbol (jako je například binární fázové posunování klíčů, BPSK), a nebo vice, jako je například Kvadraturní fázové posunovací klíčování, duální polarizační kvadraturní fázové řazení a mnoho dalších ostatní modulace. Cílem diplomové práce je vytvořit a implementovat přenosovy systém s rychlostí 100 Gbps pomocí modulace formátu DP QPSK. Vysledky jsou shrnuty s ohledem na to, co bylo úspěšně implementováno, a zlepšení, která mohou byt ještě učiněna pro zvyšení přenosové vzdálenosti a snížení BER mimo jiné. Použitysimulační software je PHOTOSS.
Critical infrastructure protection using distributed temperature sensing
Holcman, Jiří ; Dejdar, Petr (referee) ; Münster, Petr (advisor)
This master thesis aims to show the possibility of practical use of an optical fiber as a distributed temperature sensor. The main goal is the possibility of protection of waste pipes (critical infrastructure) against leaks, fluid leaks, line disturbances, fires, freezing, etc. The first part describes the basic elements of the system for distributed temperature measurement using optical fiber such as optical fiber sensor, block diagram involvement and theoretical basis on which the measurement is based. The physical principle of temperature sensing using an optical fiber using Raman backscattering of light is explained, as well as Rayleigh and Brillouin scatterings, which, however, are not used in this thesis. Furthermore, the main advantages of DTS systems are presented, such as the possibility of detection over long distances, almost maintenance-free operation with a long service life and easy installation in practice. Next, some global DTS manufactures of equipment for the implementation of these distributed temperature measurement systems. To verify the main parameters, a reference measurement was designed and implemented. In the next part of the work is assembled a simple DTS system simulating the practical implementation of pipelines in laboratory conditions. The possibilities of measured quantities such as sensitivity to temperature changes, resolution and measurement accuracy were verified on this system. All these values were recorded, graphically represented and evaluated. The investigated quantities were clearly marked and described on the graphs of the results. At the end of the work, the results of measurements were clearly summarized and the possibilities of practical use for the protection of critical infrastructures were indicated.
Use of the plane of polarization of light propagation for high-speed optical fiber transmission
Šimák, Petr ; Münster, Petr (referee) ; Filka, Miloslav (advisor)
Thesis deals with the use of polarization planes in light propagation for high-speed optical fiber transport. It also deals with the issue of polarized light, its mathematical description using Stokes and Jones vectors and representation using the Poincare sphere. We explain how can light be polarized. It also describes the transmission of information via optical fiber and polarization mode dispersion. At the end of the thesis we describe a design of optical networks for the use of two polarization planes as separate transmission channels.
Laboratory exercise - EDFA amplifier
Mahút, Michal ; Münster, Petr (referee) ; Dejdar, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is describing in detail a scheme of an EDFA optical amplifier consisting of appropriate components, insertion of the device and software deployment. The whole thesis is divided into several categories. First theoretical analysis of optical-fiber cables that describes the types of optical-fiber cables, limiting phenomena affecting signal transmission in optical fibers, wave multiplexing and optical amplifiers. The implementation of the connection was built on the Red Pitaya platform, which controls the control of the MOT350_35100GC laser pump. The software controlling the EDFA amplifier was created in the LabView development environment. The appropriate connection of the pump source and the choice of the length of the erbium fiber to achieve the highest possible gain of reinforcement was verified experimentally. Part of the bachelor's thesis is a laboratory task, acquainting the solver with the problem of optical amplifiers with measurement of gain for various configurations of pump source, erbium fiber and pump power.

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