Abstract

Nyquist pulse shaping is a means to achieve optical multiplexing at highest spectral efficiency. We review the various aspects of its implementation in optical communications. As an example we show transmission with 15 b/s/Hz spectral efficiency or encoding of a single laser with 32 Tbit/s.

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