Abstract

Theoretical and experimental study of channel crosstalk effects in time-switched phase-diversity optical homodyne reception is presented, focused toward ultradense WDM passive optical networks. This receiver achieves ultralow channel spacing of 3GHz per 1dB power penalty at 1Gbits and feasible implementation.

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