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submarine networks

Tunable and passive chromatic dispersion compensators are mainly deployed at the terminals to precisely compensate dispersion of festoon & submarine direct detection networks. In ultra-long haul submarine networks such as transatlantic and transpacific links, the bulk of chromatic dispersion cannot be fully managed by the DSP. High level dispersion compensators become a necessity for these links in order to compensate substantial amounts of dispersion on 40 & 100 Gb/s links using coherent detection and large effective area fiber such as G.654.

The TFC is a narrowband optical filter offering wavelength tunability over the entire C-band with outstanding channel isolation. These features are perfectly suited for submarine and superchannels transmission applications such as signal tracking, sub-band filtering or noise suppression.

On the laser side, TeraXion's narrow linewidth semiconductor lasers offer unmatched wavelength stability for coherent OTDR and full C-band tunability for submarine coherent communication research.

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  1. 1λ x 224 Gb/s 10 km Transmission of Polarization Division Multiplexed PAM-4 Signals Using 1.3 µm SiP Intensity Modulator and a Direct-Detection MIMO-based Receiver - 400 Kb

    M. Morsy-Osman, M. Chagnon, M. Poulin, S. Lessard, D.V. Plant

    ECOC 2014 - September 2014

  2. Efficient Fiber Nonlinearity Mitigation in 50-GHz-DWDM Transmission of 256-Gb/s PDM-16QAM Signals by Folded Digital-Back-Propagation and Channelized FBG-DCMs·- 332 Kb

    Xiang Liu(1), S. Chandrasekhar(1), P. J. Winzer(1), B. Maheux-L.(2) , G. Brochu(2) and F. Trepanier(2). (1) Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, (2) TeraXion

    OFC, March 2014

  3. Analytical and experimental performance evaluation of an integrated Si-photonic balanced coherent receiver in a colorless scenario·- 3497 Kb

    Mohamed Morsy-Osman(1), Mathieu Chagnon(1), Xian Xu(1), Qunbi Zhuge(1), Michel Poulin(2), Yves Painchaud(2), Martin Pelletier(2), Carl Paquet(2) and David V. Plant(1). (1) McGill University, (2) TeraXion

    Optics EXPRESS - OSA March 2014

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  1. Chromatic Dispersion Compensation in Extended-reach Architectures (265.53 Kb)

    Daniel Mailloux, Martin Guy and Carl Paquet

  2. Chromatic Dispersion Compensation in Extended-reach Architectures (265.53 Kb)

    Daniel Mailloux, Martin Guy and Carl Paquet

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