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The interplay between the stochastic intensity fluctuation of Raman pump laser and cross-phase modulation (XPM) effect in transmission optical fiber leads to additional phase noise, namely, relative phase noise (RPN) of signal in multi-level modulated coherent optical communication system. Both theoretical analysis and quantitative simulation have been(More)
In this paper, we experimentally demonstrate space-division-multiplexed (SDM) transmission of IEEE 802.11ac-compliant 3-spatial-stream WLAN signals over 3 spatial modes of conventional 50um graded-index (GI) multimode fiber (MMF) employing non-mode-selective 3D-waveguide photonic lantern. Two kinds of scenarios, including fiber-only transmission and(More)
We characterize the phase-modulation-dependent loss (PMDL) arising from the commercial liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) and find that it severely degrades the fidelity of mode-selective conversion and orbital-angular-momentum (OAM) generation, as well as the performance of LCOS-based wavelength-selective switch (WSS). For the LP<sub>11</sub> mode(More)
We experimentally demonstrate a 4.46  Gb/s2×2 multi-input multi-output (MIMO) orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM)/OQAM radio signal over a 2 km elliptical core 3-mode fiber, together with 0.4 m wireless transmission. Meanwhile, to cope with differential channel delay (DCD) among involved MIMO channels, we propose a time-offset crosstalk(More)
We propose and experimentally demonstrate spatial rotation manipulation for radially asymmetric modes based on two kinds of polarization maintaining few-mode fibers (PM-FMFs). Theoretical finding shows that due to successful suppression of both polarization and spatial mode coupling, the spatial rotation of radially asymmetric modes has an excellent linear(More)
We propose and experimentally demonstrate a simple method for characterizing the power transfer matrix of photonic lanterns (PLs) used for mode division multiplexing (MDM) transmission. Due to the optical reflection arising at output facet of the few-mode fiber (FMF), we are able to detect the power at the individual single-mode fiber (SMF) input port and(More)
A highly sensitive fiber optics twist sensor is proposed and experimentally demonstrated using elliptical-core few-mode fiber (e-FMF). With the help of a fixed-phase plate for conversion from LP<sub>11</sub> to LP<sub>01</sub> mode, the twist angle can be linearly mapped to the spatial rotation of LP<sub>11</sub> mode profile and consequently discriminated(More)
We experimentally characterize the mode dependent characteristics of Rayleigh backscattering (RB) arising in various two-mode fibers (TMFs). With the help of an all-fiber photonic lantern, we are able to measure the RB power at individual modes. Consequently, mode dependent power distribution of RB light caused by arbitrary forward propagation mode(More)
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