Abstract

We propose a technique to electronically postcompensate fiber nonlinearity in 40Gbits long-haul WDM transmission systems. We have analyzed this technique for return-to-zero and carrier-suppressed return-to-zero modulation formats using two different dispersion maps. Our analysis shows that the proposed technique can increase the overall system margin by more than 1.0dB in 40Gbits long-haul WDM transmission systems.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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