Abstract

We investigated the performance of a hybrid FEC scheme against nonlinearities, implementing a 100 Gbps-PDM-DQPSK system, with equally modulated neighboring channels. Experimental results show that the code input-output BER relationship remains unaffected.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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