Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate a 56-Gb/s single-photodiode 16QAM transmission using Kramers-Kronig detection over 140-km SSMF. The impacts of both CSPR and frequency shift of the co-propagating continuous wave tone are investigated to get the optimal performance.

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