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Very-high-speed intraoffice optical link experiments for 0.4- and 1.6-Gbit/sec trunk lines

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Intraoffice optical links are now being used in many communication fields as equipment interfaces, wideband links, computer links, etc., because optical links provide such capabilities as high-speed data transmission, immunity to electromagnetic coupling and ground loops, resolution of cable congestion, and extension of transmission length. Several tens of Mbit/sec links using GaAs LEDs or InGaAsP LEDs have been developed in many countries.1 The high-speed intraoffice optical link is important for use in 400-Mbit/sec or 1.6-Gbit/sec optical transmission systems2 as the interface between multiplexers and line terminal equipment. In this paper, very high-speed intraoffice optical transmission is investigated from the standpoint of practical system design.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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