Theoretical and Experimental Study on High Spectral Efficiency CO-OFDM Systems

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Theoretical and Experimental Study on High Spectral Efficiency CO-OFDM Systems

Richard Newton Rooms, Level 5
EEE Building #193

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Xi Chen, PhD student in the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering will present a seminar as part of the Photonics & Electronics Lab seminar series, titled "Theoretical and Experimental Study on High Spectral Efficiency CO-OFDM Systems".

Coherent optical OFDM (CO-OFDM) has attracted significant attention from the optical communications community as a potential candidate for long-haul 100-Gb/s to 1-Tb/s Ethernet transport. In this talk, the fibre nonlinearity impact on CO-OFDM transmission and its mitigation strategy is addressed. Also demonstrated is a show of spectrally-efficient CO-OFDM systems by using novel few-mode fibers.

Presenters Xi Chen

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