We propose two transceiver schemes based on Kramers Kronig (KK) detection. One targets low-cost high-throughput applications and uses PAM transmission in combination with direct detection and digital reconstruction of the optical phase. This scheme allows digital compensation of chromatic dispersion and provides a significant improvement in terms of spectral efficiency, compared to conventional PAM transmission. The second scheme targets high-channel-count coherent systems with the aim of simplifying the receiver complexity by reducing the optical components count. This scheme is based on the transmission of two SSB signals that share a transmission laser, each obtained by suppressing either optically or digitally one side of a real-valued signal. At the receiver, the two SSB signals are received separately, after optical de-interleaving, by KK detection, using a single local oscillator laser.
|Titolo:||Kramers Kronig PAM transceiver and two-sided polarization-multiplexed Kramers Kronig transceiver|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|