Abstract

A hybrid compensation method for transmitter and receiver IQ imbalance in high capacity OFDM is investigated. Effectiveness is confirmed by simulation and a 16QAM 27.3-Gbit/s transmission experiment. After 320km SSMF, 3.5dB OSNR improvement is achieved.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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