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Numerical estimate of BER in optical systems with strong patterning effects

Numerical estimate of BER in optical systems with strong patterning effects

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A statistical approach to numerical evaluation of bit error rates in optical transmission systems with strong patterning effects is described. As an example, a specific dispersion-managed WDM (40 Gbit/s per channel) system using transmission with large bit overlapping was examined.


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