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Adaptive chromatic dispersion compensation in 1.6 Tbit/s DPSK and ASK transmission experiments over 44...94 km of SSMF
Author(s): H. Zhang; S. Bhandare; D. Sandel; A. Hidayat; A. Fauzi; F. Wuest; B. Milivojevic; R. Noé; M. Guy; M. Lapointe; Y. Painchaud
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Paper Abstract

Chromatic dispersion (CD) in single-mode optical fiber distorts pulses and is a big obstacle against the upgrading of long-haul, dynamically routed wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) transmission systems at 10 Gbit/s and beyond. High-performance adaptive dispersion compensators are required as well as reliable low-cost hardware for the detection of residual CD. Targeting high-capacity metro systems, full-band 1.6-Tb/s (40x40Gbit/s) adaptive CD compensation is demonstrated in this experiment, using CSRZ-ASK and NRZ-DPSK modulation formats. A multichannel dispersion compensator, tunable in the range -700 to -1500 ps/nm, is automatically controlled by arrival time detection in one of the 40 transmitted WDM channels. Dispersion and its slope are tuned simultaneously by a thermal gradient of the grating-based compensator to match the parameters of standard single-mode fiber (SSMF) with lengths between 44 and 94 km.

Paper Details

Date Published: 9 December 2005
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 6021, Optical Transmission, Switching, and Subsystems III, 60212L (9 December 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.636728
Show Author Affiliations
H. Zhang, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
S. Bhandare, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
D. Sandel, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
A. Hidayat, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
A. Fauzi, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
F. Wuest, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
B. Milivojevic, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
R. Noé, Univ. Paderborn (Germany)
M. Guy, TeraXion (Canada)
M. Lapointe, TeraXion (Canada)
Y. Painchaud, TeraXion (Canada)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6021:
Optical Transmission, Switching, and Subsystems III
Rodney S. Tucker; Dominique Chiaroni; Wanyi Gu; Ken-ichi Kitayama, Editor(s)

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