5 February 1990 Recent Progress in Multichannel Coherent Lightwave Systems at Bellcore
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Abstract
We review the recent progress of a 16-channel coherent broadcast network at 155.52 Mb/s, that uses packaged 1.54 μ m DFB lasers stabilized at absolute frequencies and a tunable, polarization-insensitive receiver. System experiments conducted show a 0.3 dB power penalty incurred at a channel spacing of 8.5 Ghz. Results using an erbium-doped fiber amplifier gave a fiber-to-fiber gain of 22 dB and an amplifier dynamic range of 15 dB, enabling the distribution of sixteen 155 Mb/s signals to one of 256 end-users at a distance of 102 km.
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W. B. Sessa, W. B. Sessa, R. Welter, R. Welter, M. W. Maeda, M. W. Maeda, R. E. Wagner, R. E. Wagner, L. Curtis, L. Curtis, J. Young, J. Young, H. Kodera, H. Kodera, Y. Koga, Y. Koga, R. I. Laming, R. I. Laming, } "Recent Progress in Multichannel Coherent Lightwave Systems at Bellcore", Proc. SPIE 1175, Coherent Lightwave Communications: Fourth in a Series, (5 February 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.963283; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.963283
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