Post-deadline Paper Session A Room F4-F5
Chair: Antonio Mecozzi, University of l’Aquila, Italy
10.16 Peta-bit/s Dense SDM/WDM transmission over Low-DMD 6-Mode 19-Core Fibre across C+L Band
Daiki Soma1; Yuta Wakayama1; Shohei Beppu1; Seiya Sumita1; Takehiro Tsuritani1; Tetsuya Hayashi2; Takuji Nagashima2; Masato Suzuki2; Hidenori Takahashi1; Koji Igarashi3; Itsuro Morita1; Masatoshi Suzuki1
1KDDI Research, Inc., Fujimino, Japan; 2Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Yokohama, Japan; 3Osaka University, Suita, Japan
Over 10 peta-bit/s transmission has been experimentally demonstrated for the first time using 11.3-km-length low-DMD 6-mode 19-core fibre across C+L band. Q-factors of all 84,246 SDM/WDM channels modulated with 12-Gbaud DP-64QAM/16QAM exceeded the assumed FEC limits.
51.5 Tb/s Capacity over 17,107 km in C+L Bandwidth Using Single Mode Fibers and Nonlinearity Compensation
Jin-Xing Cai; Hussam Batshon; Matt Mazurczyk; Oleg Sinkin; Ding Wang; Milen Paskov; Carl Davidson; Will Patterson; Maxim Bolshtyansky; Dmitri Foursa
TE SubCom, 250 Industrial Way West, 250 Industrial Way West, Eatontown, USA
We use nonlinearity compensation and performance optimized modulation format with hybrid probabilis-tic and geometric constellation shaping to demonstrate 51.5Tb/s C+L-band transmission over 17,107 km. We achieve record SMF capacity-distance product of 881Pb/s-km.
First 100-nm Continuous-Band WDM Transmission System with 115Tb/s Transport over 100km Using Novel Ultra-Wideband Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers
Jeremie Renaudier1; Alexis Carbo Meseguer1; Amirhossein Ghazisaeidi1; Patrice Tran1; Rafael Rios Müller1; Romain Brenot2; Agnès Verdier2; Fabrice Blache2; Karim Mekhazni2; Bernadette Duval2; Helene Debregeas2; Mohand Achouche2; Aurelien Boutin3; Frederic Morin3; Laurent Letteron4; Nicolas Fontaine5; Yann Frignac6; Gabriel Charlet1 1Nokia Bell Labs, Paris-Saclay, France; 2III-V Lab, Palaiseau, France; 3Kylia, Paris, France; 4Egide, Bollène, France; 5Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, USA; 6Telecom SudParis, Evry, France
We demonstrate the first 115Tb/s lumped amplified transmission system based on novel ultra-wideband semiconductor optical amplifiers. We show the successful transmission of 250 channels carrying >400Gb/s each over a 100-km transmission link.
138 Tbit/s Transmission over 650 km Graded-Index 6-Mode Fiber
John Van Weerdenburg1; Roland Ryf2; Juan Carlos Alvarado-Zacarias3; Roberto A. Alvarez-Aguirre4; Nicolas K. Fontaine2; Haoshuo Chen2; Rodrigo Amezcua-Correa5; Ton Koonen6; Chigo Okonkwo6
1Nokia Bell Labs, Institute for Photonic Integration, Eindhoven University of Technology, Institute for Photonic Integration, Eindhoven University of Technology, Holmdel, USA; 2Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, USA; 3Nokia Bell Labs, CREOL, the University of Central Florida, CREOL, the University of Central Florida, Holmdel, USA; 4Nokia Bell Labs, CREOL, the University of Central Florida, CREOL, the University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA; 5CREOL, the University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA; 6Institute for Photonic Integration, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands
We demonstrate 138 Tbit/s transmission over 6 spatial modes, 2 polarizations, and 120 wavelength channels carrying 16-QAM signals, over 650 km few-mode fiber, using low insertion and mode-dependent loss mode-selective photonic lanterns.
Full C-band Low Mode Dependent and Flat Gain Amplifier using Cladding Pumped Randomly Coupled 12-core EDF
Masaki Wada; Taiji Sakamoto; Takashi Yamamoto; Shinichi Aozasa; Saki Nozoe; Yuto Sagae; Kyozo Tsujikawa; Kazuhide Nakajima, NTT Corporation, Ibaraki, Japan
We demonstrate a randomly-coupled 12-core EDF based cladding pumped optical amplifier for the first time. Flat gain of more than 17 dB with sufficiently low mode dependent gain of less than 1 dB over the full C-band is successfully realized.
14:45 Th.PDP.A.6 High Spatial Density Six-mode Seven-core Fibre for Repeated Dense SDM Transmission
Taiji Sakamoto1; Kunimasa Saitoh2; Shota Saitoh3; Kohki Shibahara4; Masaki Wada1; Yoshiteru Abe1; Azusa Urushibara1; Katsuhiro Takenaga3; Takayuki Mizuno4; Takashi Matsui1; Kazuhiko Aikawa3; Yutaka Miyamoto4; Kazuhide Nakajima1 1NTT Corporation, NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories, Tsukuba, Japan; 2Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Information Science and Technol, Sapporo, Japan; 3Fujikura Ltd., Advanced Technology Laboratory, Sakura, Japan; 4NTT Corporation, NTT Network Innovation Laboratories, Yokosuka, Japan
We reveal that a 6-mode 7-core fibre is suitable for realizing low mode-dependent loss and a relative-core-multiplicity factor of more than 50 simultaneously. Repeated transmissions exceeding 100 km over a 6-mode multi-core fibre are achieved for the first time.
Post-deadline Paper Session B Room F1
Chair: Antonella Bogoni, CNIT, Italy
8x256Gbps Virtual-Carrier Assisted WDM Direct-Detection Transmission over a Single Span of 200km
Son Le1; Karsten Schuh1; Chagnon Mathieu1; Fred Buchali1; Dischler Roman1; Vahid Aref1; Henning Buelow1; Klaus Engenhardt2 1Nokia-Bell-Labs, Stuttgart, Lorenzstrasse 10, Lorenzstrasse 10, Stuttgart, Germany; 2Tektronix GmbH, Koln, Germany
We demonstrate 8x215Gbps net-data-rate WDM transmissions at 1550nm with virtual carriers over a record span length of 200km, in which each channel was detected by a single photodiode with either Kramers-Kronig detection or a low-complexity interference cancellation scheme.
Constellation Shaped 66 GBd DP-1024QAM Transceiver with 400 km Transmission over Standard SMF
Robert Maher; Kevin Croussore; Matthias Lauermann; Ryan Going; Xian Xu; Jeff Rahn
Infinera Corporation, Sunnyvale, USA
A single wavelength 66GBd DP-1024QAM transceiver with a coded bit rate of 1.32Tb/s is demonstrated. Constellation shaping is employed to tailor the symbol distribution to achieve a net bit rate of 680Gb/s and spectral efficiency of 9.35b/s/Hz after 400km transmission.
Experimental Demonstration of a 53 Tb/s Coherent SDM-TDM Add/Drop/Through Optical Network with Time-division Spatial Super-channels and High-speed Joint Switching System
Jose Manuel Delgado Mendinueta; Satoshi Shinada; Ruben Soares Luis; Yusuke Hirota; Hideaki Furukawa; Hiroaki Harai; Naoya Wada, National Institute of Communication and Information Technology (NICT), Tokyo, Japan
We experimentally demonstrate a 7-core 2×2 switching node for time-division spatial super-channels with a record data-rate of 53 Tb/s on SDM networks, full packet-granularity by nanosecond-fast electro-absorption gate array switching and network protection capabilities with 7-core microsecond-fast acousto-optical modulator switches.
Field trial of Machine-Learning-assisted and SDN-based Optical Network Planning with Network-Scale Monitoring Database
Shuangyi Yan1; N. Khan Khan2; Alex Mavromatis1; Dimitrios Gkounis1; Fan Qirui2; Foteini Ntavou1; Konstantinos Nikolovgenis1; Changjian Guo3; Fanchao Meng1; Emilio Hugues Salas1; Chao Lu3; Alan Pak Tau Lau2; Reza Nejabati1; Dimitra Simeonidou1 1High Performance Networks Group, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK; 2Photonics Research Center, Department of Electrical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic Universit, Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR; 3Photonics Research Center, Department of Electronic and Information Engineering, The Hong Kong Polyt, Hong Kong, SAR
An SDN based network planning framework utilizing machine-learning techniques, network configuration and monitoring database is implemented over an optical field-trial testbed comprised of 436.4-km fibre. Adaption of the spectral efficiency utilising probabilistic-shaping BVT based on link performance prediction is demonstrated.
First Demonstration of Single-Mode MCF Transport Network with Crosstalk-Aware In-Service Optical Channel Control
Klaus Pulverer1; Takafumi Tanaka2; Ulrich Häbel1; Carlos Castro3; Marc Bohn1; Takayuki Mizuno2; Akira Isoda2; Kohki Shibahara2; Tetsuro Inui2; Yutaka Miyamoto2; Yusuke Sasaki4; Yoshimichi Amma4; Kazuhiko Aikawa4; Saurabh Jain5; Yongmin Jung5; Shaif-Ul Alam5; David Richardson5; Md Nooruzzaman6; Toshio Morioka6
1Coriant R&D GmbH, Munich, Germany; 2NTT Network Innovation Laboratories, Yokosuka, Japan; 3University of Kiel, Coriant R&D GmbH, Coriant R&D GmbH, Munich, Germany; 4Fujikura Ltd, Mutsuzaki, Japan; 5University of Southampton, Southampton, UK; 6Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
We demonstrate the first crosstalk-aware traffic engineering as a use case in a multicore fibre transport network. With the help of a software-defined network controller, modulation format and channel route are adaptively changed using programmable devices with XT monitors.
1.032-Tb/s CPRI-Equivalent Data Rate Transmission using IF-over-Fiber System for High Capacity Mobile Fronthaul Links
Shota Ishimura; Abdelmoula Bekkali; Kazuki Tanaka; Kosuke Nishimura; Masatoshi Suzuki,
KDDI Research, Inc., Fujimino-shi, Japan
We demonstrate IF-over-Fiber transmission over 20-km SMF using a parallel IM/PM transmitter with 1.032-Tb/s CPRI-equivalent data rate, for the first time. Thanks to the transmitter, we can avoid dispersion-induced RF power fading without any sophisticated DSP.
Post-deadline Paper Session C Room F2
Chair: Leif Katsuo Oxenløwe, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Four-Channel 784 Gbit/s Transmitter Module Enabled by Photonic Wire Bonding and Silicon-Organic Hybrid Modulators
Muhammad Billah1; Sebastian Randel2; Wolfgang Freude2; Christian Koos1
1Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1, Karlsruhe, Germany; 2Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Engesserstr. 5, Engesserstr. 5, Karlsruhe, Germany
We demonstrate a four-channel hybrid multi-chip module comprising InP lasers, silicon-organic hybrid (SOH) modulators, and single-mode fibers, all connected via photonic wire bonds. We transmit 56GBd QPSK and 16QAM signals at a total data rate of 784Gbit/s over 75km.
Directly Reflectivity Modulated Laser
Po Dong1; Anaelle Maho2; Romain Brenot2; Young-Kai Chen1; Argishti Melikyan1
1Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, USA; 2III-V Lab (a joint lab from Nokia, Thales & CEA), Palaiseau, France
We report a novel directly reflectivity modulated laser (DRML) allowing for phase and intensity modulation through a Michelson interferometric mirror. On-off keying at 25/40 Gb/s and binary phase-shift keying at 25 Gb/s are demonstrated. The wavelength tunability is >20 nm.
Multi-channel InP-based Coherent PICs with Hybrid Integrated SiGe Electronics Operating up to 100GBd, 32QAM
Ryan Going; Matthias Lauermann; Robert Maher; Huan-Shang Tsai; Mingzhi Lu; Naksup Kim; Scott Corzine; Pavel Studenkov; Joseph Summers; Amir Hosseini; Jiaming Zhang; Babak Behnia; Jie Tang; Sanketh Buggaveeti; Thomas Vallaitis; John Osenbach; Matthias Kuntz; Xian Xu; Kevin Croussore; Vikrant Lal; Peter Evans; Jeff Rahn; Tim Butrie; Andrew Karanicolas; Kuang-Tsan Wu; Matthew Mitchell; Mehrdad Ziari; Dave Welch; Fred Kish, Infinera Corporation, Sunnyvale, USA
We report InP-based coherent transmitter PICs with hybrid integrated SiGe drivers operating at 100GBd, 32QAM back-to-back (1 Tb/wave capable), and at 100GBd, 16QAM over 1400km. Coherent Tx (Rx) PICs with hybrid integrated drivers (amplifiers) operate at 66GBd, 64QAM over 200km.
Transfer Print Integration of 40Gbps Germanium Photodiodes onto Silicon Photonic ICs
Grigorij Muliuk1; Nan Ye1; Jing Zhang1; Amin Abbasi1; Chris Bower2; Antonio Jose Trindade3; Antonio Jose Trindade3; Dries Van Thourhout1; Gunther Roelkens1
1Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium; 2X-Celeprint, North Carolina, USA; 3Tyndall, X-Celeprint, X-Celeprint, Cork, Ireland
We demonstrate the integration of germanium photodiodes on SOI waveguides by transfer printing. Devices were printed with better than 1µm alignment accuracy. A waveguide-referred responsivity of 0.66A/W was measured at 1550nm and operation at 40Gbps is demonstrated.
DAC-less and DSP-free PAM-4 Transmitter at 112 Gb/s with Two Parallel GeSi Electro-Absorption Modulators
J. Verbist1; J. Lambrecht2; M. Verplaetse2; J. Van Kerrebrouck2; S.A. Srinivasan3; P. De Heyn4; T. De Keulenaer`5; X. Yin2; J. Van Campenhout4; G. Roelkens6; J. Bauwelinck2 1IDLab, Photonics Research Group, Ghent University – imec, Belgium; 2IDLab, Ghent University – imec, Ghent, Belgium; 3Photonics Research Group, Ghent University – imec, Leuven, Belgium; 4imec, Leuven, Belgium; 5BiFAST, Ghent, Belgium; 6Photonics Research Group, Ghent University – imec, Belgium
We present a novel integrated PAM-4 modulator based on the vector addition of 2 binary driven parallel GeSi electro-absorption modulators. Clear open eyes at 56 GBaud up to 2 km of SSMF without any DSP are demonstrated.
Programmable Vector Mode Multiplexer
Nicolas Fontaine1; Haoshuo Chen1; Roland Ryf1; David Neilson1; Juan Carlos Alvarado2; John Van Weerdenburg3; Rodrigo Amezcua-Correa4; Chigo Okonkwo5; Joel Carpenter6
1Nokia Bell Labs, Holmdel, USA; 2Nokia Bell Labs, CREOL, Holmdel, USA; 3Nokia Bell Labs, Eindhoven University of Technology, Holmdel, USA; 4CREOL, the University of Central Florida, Orlando, USA; 5Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands; 6The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
We demonstrate a programmable vector mode multiplexer using a low-loss spatial light phase modulator that can multiplex 10 modes. It is reconfigured to generate modes for multi-mode fiber and modes with arbitrary polarization including linear, radial, and azimuthal.