Research Output per year
To satisfy traffic demands, transceivers are being operated near the nonlinear regime of the fibres. In this regime, a power-dependent nonlinear phenomenon known as the Kerr effect becomes the key impairment that limits the information-carrying capability of optical fibres. The intrinsic nonlinear nature of these fibres makes the analysis very difficult and has led to a series of unanswered fundamental questions about data transmission in nonlinear optical fibres, and nonlinear media in general. For example, the maximum amount of information that optical fibres can carry in the highly nonlinear regime is still unknown, and the design of transceivers well-suited for this regime is also completely unexplored. These fundamental questions are the key objective of this project which will ultimately give an answer to the capacity crunch question.
External webpage: https://www.sps.tue.nl/ictlab/project/funnotch/
|Effective start/end date||1/01/18 → 31/12/22|
Achievable information rates of probabilistic amplitude shaping: an alternative approach via random sign-coding argumentsGültekin, Y. C., Alvarado, A. & Willems, F. M. J., 26 Feb 2020.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Academic
Prize: Other › Career, activity or publication related prizes (lifetime, best paper, poster etc.) › Scientific
A.E. Alvarado (Recipient), 2018
Prize: ERC › Starting › Scientific