24 July 2014 Characteristics of filtering effect for a polarization division multiplexed-quadrature phase shift keying signal with Nyquist and super-Nyquist spectrum efficiency employing various algorithms
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Abstract
Quadrature duobinary (QDB) spectrum shaping polarization division multiplexed-quadrature phase shift keying (PDM-QPSK) signal with Nyquist and super-Nyquist spectrum efficiency will be a promising candidate for future ultrahigh speed ultrahigh spectrum efficiency coherent optical fiber transmissions systems. Several equalization algorithms including constant modulus algorithm (CMA), CMA plus postfilter, and cascaded multimodulus algorithm (CMMA) have been proposed as effective solutions for QDB-PDM-QPSK signal. For the first time as far as we know, the application conditions and performances for these three algorithms are analyzed and compared. System performances for a 112-Gb/s QDB-PDM-QPSK signal as a function of the optical filtering bandwidth and the optical SNR have been theoretically investigated. The results show that CMA would be the best choice in terms of convergence rate for general filtering. However, CMMA can outperform the other two schemes with a good receiver sensitivity and high-dynamic range of optical signal to noise ratio giving a strong filtering effect of super-Nyquist signaling.
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Jianyang Shi, Junwen Zhang, Li Tao, Yiguang Wang, Yuanquan Wang, Nan Chi, "Characteristics of filtering effect for a polarization division multiplexed-quadrature phase shift keying signal with Nyquist and super-Nyquist spectrum efficiency employing various algorithms," Optical Engineering 53(7), 076109 (24 July 2014). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.53.7.076109 . Submission:
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