Abstract

We propose and analyze a novel use of electronic-signal-processing to enhance spectral efficiency of 10Gb/s binary NRZ systems. Our analysis shows that up to 1.6bits/sec/Hz of spectral efficiency is achievable using proposed technique.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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