Efficient Polarization Dependent Loss Monitoring and Compensation in Coherent Transmission System

@article{Huang2018EfficientPD,
  title={Efficient Polarization Dependent Loss Monitoring and Compensation in Coherent Transmission System},
  author={Guoxiu Huang and Yuichi Akiyama and Tomohiro Yamauchi and Sho-ichiro Oda and Tomofumi Oyama and Hisao Nakashima and Takeshi Hoshida},
  journal={2018 European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC)},
  year={2018},
  pages={1-3}
}
A polarization-dependent-loss compensation scheme was experimentally demonstrated in a multi-stage system with distributed ASE noise. The effect of frequency dependency of polarization-dependent-loss could be ignored even the polarization-mode-dispersion was 10ps. The experimental results showed 2dB Q improvement by single processing. 

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