Abstract

An optical communications system employing intradyne reception and offline digital signal processing is tested over a 10.45 km link through the atmosphere. 40 GBaud transmission using binary phase-shift keying in the C-band is demonstrated and compared with laboratory measurements. Simultaneous photodetector measurements show that the turbulence in the atmospheric channel is representative for relevant and worst-case conditions in the geostationary satellite uplink scenario.

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