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1500 km transmission over NZ-DSF without in-line or post-compensation of dispersion for 38×10.7 Gbit/s channels

1500 km transmission over NZ-DSF without in-line or post-compensation of dispersion for 38×10.7 Gbit/s channels

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Dispersion-limited DWDM transmission at 10.7 Gbit/s with 38 channels at the worst-case long-wavelength end of the C-band is demonstrated up to 1500 km without optical in-line or post-compensation. Duobinary modulation, MLSE-EDC, and NZ-DSF are combined to achieve practical distances with a simple system well-suited to optical networking.

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