Publication detail

640 Gbaud Phase-Correlated OTDM NRZ-OOK Generation and Field Trial Transmission

HU, H. MÜNSTER, P. PALUSHANI, E. GALILI, M. MULVAD, H.C.H. JEPPESEN, P. OXENLOWE, L.

Original Title

640 Gbaud Phase-Correlated OTDM NRZ-OOK Generation and Field Trial Transmission

English Title

640 Gbaud Phase-Correlated OTDM NRZ-OOK Generation and Field Trial Transmission

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

We generate a 640 Gbaud phase-correlated OTDM (PC-OTDM) return-to-zero on-off keying (RZ-OOK) signal based on cross phase modulation induced cross polarization rotation in a AL-HNLF and a 640 Gbaud PC-OTDM non-return-to-zero (NRZ-OOK) signal by RZ-to-NRZ conversion using passive filtering. This is employed in a 1.19-Tbit/s PDM-NRZ-OOK field transmission with BER< 3.8x10-3 for all 128 tributaries. As a benefit of phase coherence between adjacent TDM channels, a PC-OTDM signal can be very tolerant to strict filtering and the bandwidth of the 640 Gbaud PC-OTDM NRZ-OOK signal can be restricted to 700 GHz. In addition, with a narrower spectrum a PC-OTDM NRZ-OOK signal is more tolerant to chromatic dispersion (CD) and polarization mode dispersion (PMD) compared to a conventional (i.e. phase uncorrelated) OTDM RZ signal.

English abstract

We generate a 640 Gbaud phase-correlated OTDM (PC-OTDM) return-to-zero on-off keying (RZ-OOK) signal based on cross phase modulation induced cross polarization rotation in a AL-HNLF and a 640 Gbaud PC-OTDM non-return-to-zero (NRZ-OOK) signal by RZ-to-NRZ conversion using passive filtering. This is employed in a 1.19-Tbit/s PDM-NRZ-OOK field transmission with BER< 3.8x10-3 for all 128 tributaries. As a benefit of phase coherence between adjacent TDM channels, a PC-OTDM signal can be very tolerant to strict filtering and the bandwidth of the 640 Gbaud PC-OTDM NRZ-OOK signal can be restricted to 700 GHz. In addition, with a narrower spectrum a PC-OTDM NRZ-OOK signal is more tolerant to chromatic dispersion (CD) and polarization mode dispersion (PMD) compared to a conventional (i.e. phase uncorrelated) OTDM RZ signal.

Keywords

Non-return-to-zero (NRZ), highly non-linear fibre (HNLF), cross phase modulation, cross polarization rotation, field trial transmission, phase-correlated optical time division multiplexing (PC-OTDM)

RIV year

2012

Released

15.02.2013

ISBN

0733-8724

Periodical

JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY

Year of study

31

Number

99

State

US

Pages from

696

Pages to

701

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT95663,
  author="Hao {Hu} and Petr {Münster} and Evarist {Palushani} and Michael {Galili} and Hans Christian {Hansen Mulvad} and Palle {Jeppesen} and Leif {Oxenlowe}",
  title="640 Gbaud Phase-Correlated OTDM NRZ-OOK Generation and Field Trial Transmission",
  annote="We generate a 640 Gbaud phase-correlated OTDM (PC-OTDM) return-to-zero on-off keying (RZ-OOK) signal based on cross phase modulation induced cross polarization rotation in a AL-HNLF and a 640 Gbaud PC-OTDM non-return-to-zero (NRZ-OOK) signal by RZ-to-NRZ conversion using passive filtering. This is employed in a 1.19-Tbit/s PDM-NRZ-OOK field transmission with BER< 3.8x10-3 for all 128 tributaries. As a benefit of phase coherence between adjacent TDM channels, a PC-OTDM signal can be very tolerant to strict filtering and the bandwidth of the 640 Gbaud PC-OTDM NRZ-OOK signal can be restricted to 700 GHz. In addition, with a narrower spectrum a PC-OTDM NRZ-OOK signal is more tolerant to chromatic dispersion (CD) and polarization mode dispersion (PMD) compared to a conventional (i.e. phase uncorrelated) OTDM RZ signal.",
  chapter="95663",
  number="99",
  volume="31",
  year="2013",
  month="february",
  pages="696--701",
  type="journal article - other"
}