Abstract

The performance advantage of using dispersion-managed fibre in coherent WDM systems is demonstrated. Limitations due to nonlinearity are no more severe for a 298 Gb/s Coherent WDM signal than for an individual 42.6 Gb/s channel.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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