Abstract

Coherent WDM – a new technique for high-spectral density – is proposed and demonstrated. Transmission of 42.66 Gbit/s NRZ binary data channels at 1 bit/s/Hz is achieved in a single polarisation using a WDM comb source with phase control.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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