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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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.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelProceedings of the Joint International Conference on Plastic Optical Fiber & Microoptics (POF/MOC 2006) 10 - 14 September 2006, Seoul, Korea
Plaats van productieSeoul, Korea
UitgeverijPOF & MOC 2006 Secretariat
Pagina's96-101
StatusGepubliceerd - 2006
EvenementJoint International Conference on Plastic Optical Fiber & Microoptics (POF/MOC 2006) - Seoul, Zuid-Korea
Duur: 11 sep 200614 sep 2006

Congres

CongresJoint International Conference on Plastic Optical Fiber & Microoptics (POF/MOC 2006)
Land/RegioZuid-Korea
StadSeoul
Periode11/09/0614/09/06
AnderPOF/MOC 2006

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