Abstract

Fiber chromatic dispersion in optical OFDM transmission degrades carrier orthogonality, resulting in system penalty. Such penalty can be mitigated by per-carrier delay precompensation and spectrum filtering. Theoretical and experimental results show both methods restore performance without overhead or guard interval.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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