Abstract

We review an implementation of a real-time coherent optical OFDM receiver in FPGAs. 28.6-Gb/s data per optical wavelength is demonstrated in intradyne detection. QPSK modulated sub-carriers are detected using 9.83-GS/s ADCs and DSP implemented on FPGAs.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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