Abstract

Single-carrier, single-polarization subcarrier modulation systems are demonstrated at a bit rate of 56 Gb/s using a silicon micro-ring resonator modulator. Transmission over 10 km SMF is achieved for 16-QAM and 32-QAM by compensating for nonlinear signal distortion.

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