Abstract

We succeed in the long-haul (1,280km) transmission of a 120-Gb/s PDM 64-QAM signal. The transmission distance was extended from 800 km to 1,280 km by a multi-stage nonlinear compensation technique that mitigates the intra-channel nonlinearities.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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