Low-Complexity, Low-PAPR Polarization-Time Code for PDL Mitigation

@article{Oyama2019LowComplexityLP,
  title={Low-Complexity, Low-PAPR Polarization-Time Code for PDL Mitigation},
  author={Tomofumi Oyama and Guoxiu Huang and Hisao Nakashima and Yoshitaka Nomura and Tomoo Takahara and Takeshi Hoshida},
  journal={2019 Optical Fiber Communications Conference and Exhibition (OFC)},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-3}
}
We apply a polarization-time (PT) code based on number theory for PDL mitigation. The PT code has comparable PDL mitigation performance to the best PT codes reported so far, and higher tolerance to fiber nonlinearities. 

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