Abstract

An experimental study reveals that hollow-core nested anti-resonant-nodeless fibers exhibit a broader bandwidth, lower latency, and offer >20% capacity enhancement in short-reach >100-Gb/s adaptively-loaded DMT transmission, relative to a standard SMF of a similar length.

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