Modulation formats for 100 G and beyond

@inproceedings{Lach2012ModulationFF,
  title={Modulation formats for 100 G and beyond},
  author={Eugen Lach and Wilfried Idler},
  year={2012}
}
This paper reviews technological options for the modulation formats for serial optical transmission of 100 Gb/s and beyond. In the first part an overview on various modulation formats for 100 Gbit/s is presented, covering classical binary electronic time division multiplexed 100 Gbit/s NRZ systems, operating a highest speed, and mature product solutions of system vendors running at lower symbol rates which are using quaternary phase shift keying and polarization division multiplexing, coherent… CONTINUE READING
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