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A second-order perturbation technique is used to develop analytical expressions for the phase variance in a nonlinear fiber optic system based on phase-shift keying. Typically, in short-haul fiber optic communication system, the nonlinear effects are smaller than dispersive effect, and it is found that the difference between the first and second-order(More)
We theoretically and experimentally evaluate a beat interference cancellation receiver (BICR) for direct detection optical orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (DD-OFDM) systems that improves the spectral efficiency (SE) by reducing the guard band between the optical carrier and the optical OFDM signal while mitigating the impact of signal-signal(More)
The rapid development of fiber optic communication systems requires higher transmission data rate and longer reach. This thesis deals with the limiting factors in design of long-haul fiber optic communication systems and the techniques used to suppress their resulting impairments. These impairments include fiber chromatic dispersion , the Ker nonlinearity(More)
We experimentally demonstrate a novel digital signal processing (DSP) structure for reduced guard-interval (RGI) OFDM coherent optical systems. The proposed concept is based on digitally slicing optical channel bandwidth into multiple spectrally disjoint sub-bands which are then processed in parallel. Each low bandwidth sub-band has a smaller delay-spread(More)
We experimentally demonstrate improved intra-channel nonlinearity tolerance of the root M-shaped pulse (RMP) with respect to the root raised cosine (RRC) pulse in spectrally efficient 128 Gbit/s PDM-16QAM coherent transmission systems. In addition we evaluate the impact of dispersion map and fiber dispersion parameter on the intra-channel nonlinearity(More)
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