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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)
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 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)
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.