Abstract

An optical real-time single-polarization OFDM transmitter encodes 85.4 Gbit/s onto 122 electrical subcarriers using 25 % cyclic prefix. A continuous synchronization process without using a preamble allows reception after 400 km SSMF.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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