In this paper we present an experimental analysis of several modulation formats (pulse amplitude modulation (PAM-2), quaternary pulse amplitude modulation (PAM-4) and electrical duobinary (EDB)) for passive optical network (PON) applications at 25 Gbps bit rate in a C-band 10G-class directly modulated lasers (DML) and avalanche photodiode (APD) intensity modulation and direct detection (IM-DD) system over a single mode fiber (SMF) of up to 25 km, optimizing DML operations and demonstrating that PAM-2 is a promising choice. We also theoretically and experimentally analyzed the channel frequency response of DML and SMF affected by DML chirp and SMF chromatic dispersion.

Experimental study on 25 Gbps C-band PON over up to 25 km SMF using a 10G-class DML + APD IM-DD system / Wang, H.; Torres Ferrera, P.; Ferrero, V.; Gaudino, R.. - In: PHOTONICS. - ISSN 2304-6732. - ELETTRONICO. - 8:8(2021), pp. 328-335. [10.3390/photonics8080328]

Experimental study on 25 Gbps C-band PON over up to 25 km SMF using a 10G-class DML + APD IM-DD system

Wang H.;Torres Ferrera P.;Ferrero V.;Gaudino R.
2021

Abstract

In this paper we present an experimental analysis of several modulation formats (pulse amplitude modulation (PAM-2), quaternary pulse amplitude modulation (PAM-4) and electrical duobinary (EDB)) for passive optical network (PON) applications at 25 Gbps bit rate in a C-band 10G-class directly modulated lasers (DML) and avalanche photodiode (APD) intensity modulation and direct detection (IM-DD) system over a single mode fiber (SMF) of up to 25 km, optimizing DML operations and demonstrating that PAM-2 is a promising choice. We also theoretically and experimentally analyzed the channel frequency response of DML and SMF affected by DML chirp and SMF chromatic dispersion.
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