Abstract

Without using a cyclic prefix, a DML-based 10-Gb/s OFDM at 2.5-GHz bandwidth transmission over 65-km SMF is demonstrated to be possible while maintaining the efficient throughput and short-latency time required for future long-reach access systems.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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