We demonstrate large scale optical interconnection using Kerr frequency comb within 1540–1560 nm wavelength. An optical SSB-PAM-4 signal with total bitrate of 325-Gb/s (13×25 Gb/s) are successfully transmitted over 80-km SSMF by a Kramers-Kronig receiver.

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