By Christos Tsekrekos, Wladek Forysiak, Robert Killey (auth.), António Teixeira, Giorgio Maria Tosi Beleffi (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400717660

ISBN-13: 9789400717664

Optical Transmission represents a large set of visions of researchers who're energetic within the genuine learn scene in Europe. An combination of highlights of study in transmission with a state-of-the-art offered through the researchers who're using it are offered. The traits on study are during this ebook offered through one of many widest networks of excellence prepare in Europe within the box of optical networking (more than forty study associations have been involved). The readers will discover a really good readout of the present traits and standing of transmission starting from simulation to final experimental effects, from modulations to units. A spotlight of Optical Transmission is the advent in a technical booklet a bankruptcy on techno-economics, which drives the imaginative and prescient and box a bit extra. normal studying will be made although is extra fitted to graduated clients. an important positive aspects of Optical Transmission are: large imaginative and prescient on transmission comparable matters, state-of-the-art and comparable traits and methods; techno-economics of the field.

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E. real and not negative. A positive signal can be obtained by adding a DC bias to the real OFDM signal generated by a DMT transmitter. Usually, the bias value BDC is at least twice the signal standard deviation, resulting in an inefficient solution in terms of optical power. A power efficient technique to transmit unipolar signals is the asymmetrical clipping (AC), proposed in 2006 by Armstrong and Lowery (2006). When AC is adopted, only the odd subcarriers are modulated, and the OFDM signal can be clipped at zero level without losing information.

However, in a subsequent experimental study on NLC in WDM transmission at 112 Gbit/s (Savory et al. 2010), it was shown that the benefit of back-propagation, in which only intra-channel nonlinearities are taken into account, was significantly reduced due to XPM and FWM from the neighbouring channels. The reach extension achievable with NLC was reduced from 46% for single channel transmission to just 3% in the case of WDM transmission with a 50-GHz channel spacing. For NLC to be effective in long-haul systems with spectral efficiencies of 2 bit/s/Hz or more, it is clear that inter-channel nonlinearities must be taken into account.

On one side, it enables the use of the mature technology and capabilities of DSP; on the other side, it gives a complex and bipolar signal that must be transmitted on an optical link. To do that, different solutions have been proposed: DD and coherent schemes can be used (Schmidt et al. 2008; Shieh et al. 2008a, b). DD systems have lower cost and complexity, whereas coherent OFDM allows implementing high spectral efficiency systems suitable for long-haul transmission with ultimate performance in receiver sensitivity and robustness against dispersions (Jansen et al.

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