1.25 Gb/s subcarrier modulated transmission over graded-index perfluorinated polymer fibre

J. Zeng, A. Ng'Oma, S.C.J. Lee, Y. Watanabe, H.P.A. Boom, van den, A.M.J. Koonen

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Abstract

The frequency response of multimode optical fibre (MMF) shows the existence of passbands in the higher frequency region beyond the -3dB baseband cut-off frequency. By Subcarrier Multiplexing, these passbands can be used to accommodate a number of transmission channels, each for a different service. In this way various groups of services may be integrated in a single MMF-based in-building or short-reach access network infrastructure. In this paper, we demonstrate the transmission of a single 1.25 Gb/s binary phase shift keying (BPSK) modulated data stream over 100 m length 50µm-core-diameter graded-index perfluorinated polymer optical fibre (GIPOF) by using a single subcarrier channel centered at 3 GHz. Error free transmission was observed. Eye diagram and bit error rate measurement results are presented. Since the frequency response of this POF is relatively flat over a wide range, it is possible to use additional subcarrier channels with each channel carrying Gigabit Ethernet or other services.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Joint International Conference on Plastic Optical Fiber & Microoptics (POF/MOC 2006) 10 - 14 September 2006, Seoul, Korea
Place of PublicationSeoul, Korea
PublisherPOF & MOC 2006 Secretariat
Pages96-101
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventJoint International Conference on Plastic Optical Fiber & Microoptics (POF/MOC 2006) - Seoul, Korea, Republic of
Duration: 11 Sep 200614 Sep 2006

Conference

ConferenceJoint International Conference on Plastic Optical Fiber & Microoptics (POF/MOC 2006)
CountryKorea, Republic of
CitySeoul
Period11/09/0614/09/06
OtherPOF/MOC 2006

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