28 May 2015 Ultrafast information transfer through optical fiber by means of quasidiscrete spectral supercontinuums
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Abstract
Information transfer through single-mode optical fiber by means of quasidiscrete spectral supercontinuums in the 1300- to 1620-nm wavelength range has been demonstrated. Using 16 spectral lines in each supercontinuum at the repetition rate of 70 MHz allows for a 1.1-Gb/s information transfer rate to be achieved. It has been shown that the proposed information transfer method can achieve a 0.8-Tb/s information transfer rate using existing telecommunications equipment.
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Anton N. Tsypkin, Sergey E. Putilin, Andrey V. Okishev, Sergey Ark Kozlov, "Ultrafast information transfer through optical fiber by means of quasidiscrete spectral supercontinuums," Optical Engineering 54(5), 056111 (28 May 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.54.5.056111 . Submission:
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