Abstract

Signal tolerance to accumulated chromatic dispersion diminishes as the square of the bit rate. Therefore, 40-Gb/s signals are 16 times more sensitive to chromatic dispersion than 10-Gb/s signals. In almost all 40-Gb/s systems, highly-accurate dispersion management must be implemented, potentially requiring tunable dispersion compensators.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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