28 May 2015 Ultrafast information transfer through optical fiber by means of quasidiscrete spectral supercontinuums
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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, Anton N. Tsypkin, Sergey E. Putilin, Sergey E. Putilin, Andrey V. Okishev, Andrey V. Okishev, Sergey Ark Kozlov, 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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