Abstract

A long-distance 1550 nm subcarrier multiplexed lightwave trunk system which transported 78 channels of 64-QAM signals was demonstrated in a recirculating loop experiment. Each channel can achieve a carrier-to-(noise + nonlinear distortion) ratio of 30 dB after 740 km transmission through conventional single-mode fiber without dispersion compensation.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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