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Towards 1 Tbit/s SOA-based 1310 nm transmission for local area network/data centre applications
The growing knowledge traffic within the native space networks is driving development of the price-effective transmission systems that can carry it effectively. In this study, firstly, we have a tendency to investigate the influence of a semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) on the transmission quality in the 1310 nm wavelength-division-multiplexed system. We have a tendency to examine the differences within the channels gain and power penalty depending on the applied channel spacing. Moreover, we tend to analyse the transmission-connected power penalty suffered throughout the transmission over the link consisting of the standard single-mode fibre (SSMF) and a SOA. Furthermore, we propose the 1310 nm dense-wavelength-division multiplexed and polarisation multiplexed transmission system architecture which counteracts the key performance limitation that may be encountered in the 1310 nm window transmission systems. The demonstrated n × a pair of × forty Gbit/s transmission system is based solely on semiconductor elements without any kind of the chromatic dispersion compensation or error correction. Results of the conducted experiments show the superb error-free 8 × 2 × forty Gbit/s all-semiconductor transmission over twenty five km of SSMF. The demonstrated transmission system can be utilised to realise ultra-high-speed connections like the following generation 400 Gbit/s and one Tbit/s Ethernet.
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