Enumerative sphere shaping for rate adaptation and reach increase in WDM transmission systems

Abdelkerim Amari (Corresponding author), Sebastiaan Goossens, Yunus Can Gultekin, Olga Vassilieva, Inwoong Kim, Tadashi Ikeuchi, Chigo Okonkwo, Frans M. J. Willems, Alex Alvarado

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Abstract

The performance of enumerative sphere shaping (ESS), constant composition distribution matching (CCDM), and uniform signalling are compared at the same forward error correction rate. ESS is shown to offer a reach increase of approximately 10% and 22% compared to CCDM and uniform signalling, respectively.
Original languageEnglish
Article number1907.01881v1
Number of pages4
JournalarXiv
Publication statusPublished - 3 Jul 2019

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4 Pages, 4 figures

Keywords

  • Constant Composition Distribution Matching
  • Enumerative Sphere ShapIng
  • Optical Fiber Nonlinearity
  • Probabilistic Shaping
  • Rate Adaptation

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