168Gbps PAM-4 Multimode Fiber Transmission through 50m using 28GHz 850nm Multimode VCSELs

Justin Lavrencik , Siddharth Varughese , Nikolay Ledentsov Jr. , Łukasz Chorchos , Nikolay N. Ledentsov , Stephen E. Ralph


We experimentally demonstrate PAM-4 data rates beyond 160Gbps over 50m OM5 using unpackaged 850nm VCSELs. Power penalties of PAM-4 are examined demonstrating maximum data rates, with and without FEC, over 50m and 100m of fiber.
Author Justin Lavrencik - [Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering [Georgia Institute of Technology (GaTech)]]
Justin Lavrencik,,
, Siddharth Varughese - [Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering [Georgia Institute of Technology (GaTech)]]
Siddharth Varughese,,
, Nikolay Ledentsov Jr. - Vertically Integrated Systems GmbH (VIS GmbH)
Nikolay Ledentsov Jr.,,
, Łukasz Chorchos (FEIT / IT)
Łukasz Chorchos,,
- The Institute of Telecommunications
, Nikolay N. Ledentsov - VI Systems GmbH (VIS)
Nikolay N. Ledentsov,,
, Stephen E. Ralph - [Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering [Georgia Institute of Technology (GaTech)]]
Stephen E. Ralph,,
Publication size in sheets0.3
Article numberW1D.3
Book Proceedings of the Optical Fiber Communications Conference and Exposition - OFC 2020, 2020, New York, USA, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEEXplore, ISBN 978-1-9435-8071-2, 140 p.
Keywords in EnglishFiber Optic Communications; Fiber Optic Links and Subsystems; VCSELs
URL https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9083182
Languageen angielski
2020 Chorchos 168Gbps PAM-4 Multimode Fiber Transmission.pdf 457.27 KB
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ScoreMinisterial score = 20.0, 14-07-2020, ChapterFromConference
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