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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.
We present experimental results for combined mode-multiplexed and wavelength multiplexed transmission over conventional graded-index multimode fibers. We use mode-selective photonic lanterns as mode… (More)
We present experimental results for mode-multiplexed WDM transmission over OM3 multimode fibres. We transmit 60 WDM channels and 3 spatial modes over a distance of 305 km. We use mode-selective… (More)
We fabricate mode-group-selective photonic lanterns using multimode graded-index fibers. The use of the multimode graded-index fibers in the taper can significantly relax the adiabaticity requirement… (More)
We experimentally demonstrate error-free transmission of 50Gbit/s PAM-4 signals over OM3 and prototype wideband fiber using 1060nm VCSELs. FEC-conformed performance is demonstrated over 200m. An… (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 combined mode- and wavelength multiplexed transmission of 23 Tbit/s over 17 km conventional graded-index multimode fiber. We selectively couple and receive all spatial modes in the… (More)
VCSELs operating at 25-Gb/s and 1060nm have been developed. System reaches of 300m and 500m have been demonstrated for multimode fiber and a multimode fiber link optimized at 1060nm respectively.
Two system transmission experiments are reported which indicate the feasibility of transmitting an aggregated speed of >200 Gb/s over a single next-generation wide-band multimode optical fiber… (More)