Abstract

A novel baseband OFDM optical single-sideband system is proposed for long-haul adaptive dispersion compensation. Simulations on a dispersive 420 km link show that non linear fibre effects and MZ modulator intermodulation effects will be the limiting factors on system performance.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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