In the present paper, we have modeled parametrically the comparison performance evolution of different transmission techniques such as maximum time division multiplexing (MTDM) technique, and soliton technique with bi-directional Raman amplification technique in high capacity optical communication networks over wide range of the controlling parameters. Moreover, we have analyzed and investigated the soliton and MTDM techniques to be processed to handle both bit rate and product either per link or per channel for cables of multi-links (4 - 24 links/core). Two multiplexing techniques are applied, dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) and space division multiplexing (SDM), where maximum number of transmitted channels in the range of 200 - 600 channels is processed to handle the product of bit rate either per channel or per link for cables of multi-links. The soliton and MTDM transmission bit rates and products either per link or per channel are also treated over wide range of the affecting parameters.
Key words: Pumping direction, soliton technique, MTDM technique, high capacity optical networks.
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