Abstract— Analysis of Fiber bragg grating as dispersion compensator. Speed is the essential part of communication system. It deals with the growth of the system, because in any system quick response is required in order to achieve the speed limit there are so many obstacle come in the path of telecommunication .Although Optical fiber plays the important role in the development of the system characteristics but also have some limitation like dispersion is on of them. While improving the sped of data transmission the dispersion will occur in the path of transmission which can be improve by using FBG (Fiber Bragg Grating). FBG is a key component in optical communication system as, dispersion compensators, filters and flatteners gain and improve Quality factor. Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) as dispersion compensator. The analysis has been simulated in efficient optical communication software called optisystem. The performance of the FBG has been studied on the basis of input power, length of OFC, attenuation, line width, FBG grid size.
Keywords— FBG (Fiber Bragg Grating), Line width, FBG size, Otisystem, Optical Fiber Communication.
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