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The vast majority of optical links within the data center are based on vertical cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs) operating at 850 nm over multimode optical fiber. Deployable links have evolved… (More)
We demonstrate 51.5625Gbps PAM4 transmission over ≥ 150 m next generation wide band MMF using SWDM TOSAs from 850 nm to 940 nm indicating an aggregated 206.25 Gb/s speed achievable on a single WBMMF.
This paper investigates the ability of electronic equalization to compensate for modal dispersion in the presence of mode coupling in multimode fibers (MMFs) at 10 Gb/s. Using a new time-domain… (More)
We demonstrate a new class of electronic equalizers for 10 Gb/s multi-mode fiber links that combine the advantages of Viterbi equalizers and decision feedback equalizers (DFE) yielding a low… (More)
The 53.125 Gbps transmission is experimentally investigated over a next-generation wideband multimode optical fiber (NG-WBMMF) using transmitter optical sub-assemblies (TOSAs) and wideband receiver… (More)
We demonstrate numerically and experimentally the transmission of 10 Gb/s over OM3 fibers up to 300 m, under low-cost VCSEL launch conditions from 990-1080 nm with electronic dispersion compensation… (More)
The authors present theoretical and experimental results of an optoelectronic-equalization technique that mitigates intersymbol interference caused by differential modal delay in multimode fiber. By… (More)
Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) processing of multi-mode fibers using dual launches, a two-segment photo-detector and an electronic MIMO-DFE is proposed. The potential benefits are demonstrated… (More)
We demonstrate experimentally and numerically that mode-coupling in graded index plastic optical fiber enables 40 Gbps over 200 m in the presence of dramatic refractive index errors.
We analyze the bit rate-distance (B-D) product limits for uncompensated coherent multi-core fiber links for the same total power. For practical modulation formats, the B-D product saturates to 1.5… (More)