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|Title:||Optical and digital key enabling techniques for SDM-based optical networks|
|Author:||Muga, N. J.|
Fernandes, G. M.
Lima, Mário J. N.
Pinto, A. N.
André, P. S.
Rocha, A. M.
Digital signal processing
Long period grating
Generalized Stokes space
|Abstract:||In order to support, in a cost-effective way, the data capacity demand in the context of future 5G networks, a new set of advanced technologies need to be explored, as it is the case of space-division multiplexing (SDM) along with energy efficient coherent detection based modulation formats. This paper presents the recent results on enabled optical networks based on SDM for high capacity optical networks compatible with 5G network infrastructure and data center connectivity. In particular, we demonstrate the viability of using Long-Period Gratings (LPGs) in multicore fibers (MCFs) to develop different components for multicore-based SDM systems, such as pump couplers and core/wavelength selective multi-core switches and couplers. Moreover, we also present and characterize the performance of different digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms and subsystems supporting optical coherent detection in SDM systems.|
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