Abstract

We propose the Stokes vector direct detection (SV-DD) scheme which simultaneously achieves receiver phase diversity and the cancellation of photodetection nonlinearity. An 80Gb/s single-polarization modulated SV-DD signal is successfully received after 160 km SSMF transmission with 11.64bit/s/Hz electrical spectrum efficiency.

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