Abstract

100Gb/s channels are transmitted over 7,040km. After propagation across eighty-eight 80km-long sections of large effective area fiber, separated by Raman-assisted erbium repeaters, demodulation of PDM-QPSK waveforms is performed with digital processing in a coherent receiver.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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