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Transmission of a 73.7 Tb/s (96 x 3 x 256-Gb/s) DP-16QAM mode-division-multiplexed signal over 119 km of few-mode fiber transmission line incorporating an inline multi mode EDFA and a phase plate… (More)
We present the first demonstration of combined wavelength-division multiplexed (WDM) and mode-division multiplexed (MDM) optical transmission in a hollow-core photonic bandgap fiber (HC-PBGF). For… (More)
We show the feasibility of more cost-effective long-haul transmission using fiber Bragg gratings (FBG) for in-line dispersion compensation. 32xl0.7-Gbit/s NRZ modulated channels are transmitted over… (More)
We show the successful transmission of 125-Gb/s CP-QPSK (coherent-detected polarization-multiplexed quadrature phase shift keying) over both 2054km and 4108km of field deployed submarine cable.
Phase ripple impairments induced through cascaded fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) are discussed for 42.8-Gb/s transmission. We show the feasibility of transmission over 1140 km (12 times 95 km) using… (More)
We show the compatibility of 448-Gb/s dual-carrier POLMUX-16QAM modulation with a 87.5-GHz flexi-grid channel spacing in the presence of cascaded optical filtering, enabling transmission over 1230 km… (More)
We report fabrication of the first low-loss, broadband 37-cell photonic bandgap fiber. Exploiting absence of surface modes and low cross-talk in the fiber we demonstrate mode division multiplexing… (More)
We report for the first time coherently-detected, polarization-multiplexed transmission over photonic band gap fiber. By transmitting 96 × 320-Gb/s DP-32QAM modulated channels, a net data rate of 24… (More)
We successfully fabricate three-mode erbium doped fiber with a confined Er(3+) doped ring structure and experimentally characterize the amplifier performance with a view to mode-division multiplexed… (More)
We review the latest developments and challenges in the field of digital signal processing for state of the art and future optical coherent communications for 400Gb/s and beyond.