Abstract

End-to-end learning for amplified and unamplified links including binary mapping is proposed to improve the performance of optical coherent systems. 1.0dB and 1.2dB gains are demonstrated on coherent 92GbaudDP-32QAM 800Gb/s and 82GbaudDP- 128QAM 1Tb/s measurements, respectively.

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