Cascading of a CD-FIR filter, a Volterra series adaptive filter and an adaptive RP-noise compensator is suggested in this paper to mitigate a fiber’s a combination of nonlinear and dispersion. This system is working in time domain for real-time equalization with small number of stages. And the validation of this method is by the simulation for a 16-QAM coherent optical communication system.

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