Transmission of 80 Gbit/s over 840 km in standard fibre without polarisation control

Published/Posted: October 12, 2005

Authors: Tudury, G. E.; Salem, R.; Carter, G. M.; Murphy, T. E.

DOI: 10.1049/el:20053622

Abstract: Error-free pseudolinear transmission of 80 Gbit/s single-channel data over 840 km of standard fibre without optical regeneration, forward-error correction or polarisation control, is described. Gated autocorrelation and spectral measurements reveal that the performance is limited primarily by the optical signal-to-noise ratio, rather than dispersion or nonlinearity.

Citation:
G. E. Tudury, R. Salem, G. M. Carter and T. E. Murphy, "Transmission of 80 Gbit/s over 840 km in standard fibre without polarisation control", Electron. Lett. 41(25) 1394-1396 (2005)
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