112 Gbit/s RF assisted dual carrier DP-16-QAM transmitter using optical phase modulator

  title={112 Gbit/s RF assisted dual carrier DP-16-QAM transmitter using optical phase modulator},
  author={Bengt-Erik Olsson and Anders Djupsjobacka and Jonas M{\aa}rtensson and Arne Alping},
  journal={2011 37th European Conference and Exhibition on Optical Communication},
An RF assisted 112 Gbit/s transmitter based on optical phase modulation is presented. The system uses two closely spaced sub-channels that are evaluated after 824 km transmission. 

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