Data-Aided Versus Blind Single-Carrier Coherent Receivers

@article{Kuschnerov2010DataAidedVB,
  title={Data-Aided Versus Blind Single-Carrier Coherent Receivers},
  author={Maxim Kuschnerov and Mohamed Chouayakh and Kittipong Piyawanno and Bernhard Spinnler and Erik de Man and Peter Kainzmaier and Mohammad S. Alfiad and Antonio Napoli and Berthold Lankl},
  journal={IEEE Photonics Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={387-403}
}
Fiber-optic research in signal processing for the first generation of coherent communication systems was dominated by receivers with blind adaptation. Next-generation systems will require a scalable and modular design for higher order modulation formats. Due to the nature of the fiber channel and the required parallelization in high-speed receivers, data-aided and blind algorithms call for a general reassessment when used in coherent optic receivers employing higher order modulation formats. In… CONTINUE READING
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