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A transmission fiber for mode division multiplexing supporting LP<sub>01</sub> and LP<sub>11</sub> modes, with low differential group delay, low mode coupling and low loss for both modes is… (More)
This paper reviews properties and use of conventional single-mode dispersion-compensating fibers (DCFs). The quality of the dispersion compensation expressed as residual dispersion after compensation… (More)
We demonstrate four conventional TDM PONs with symmetric 2.5-Gb/s line rate and extended reach, sharing a common infrastructure. A hybrid SOA-Raman amplifier provides 150-nm bidirectional gain over… (More)
The full characteristics for two high-concentration erbium-doped fibers are reported. The comparison of the fibers characteristics indicates that design of fiber geometry can be used to partially… (More)
We demonstrate a 60-km CWDM-TDM PON with 40 Gb/s capacity both down and upstream. The system incorporates technologies such as volume manufacturable transmitters, burst-mode transmission, hybrid… (More)
8.8 dB improvement in figure of merit for SBS limited highly nonlinear fibres is reported by using a combination of Al-doping and straining of the fibre.
We propose and demonstrate a bidirectional PON link with 120 km reach and symmetric up and down stream data rate of 10 Gbit/s. Lossless transmission was achieved with >40 dB of received OSNR
We demonstrate an upgraded PON providing symmetric 2.488-Gb/s services and three downstream enhancement bands over 60 km to 64 customers. The system uses a SOA-Raman hybrid amplifier and a… (More)
Results on the suppression of stimulated Brillouin scattering in highly non linear fibers with both germanium- and aluminum-doped cores based on spooling the fiber with a linear strain gradient are… (More)
We report operation of a single fibre bidirectional 80 km long reach PON link with symmetric up- and-downstream data rate of 10 Gb/s supported by distributed Raman fibre amplification only.