Digital Coherent Transmission Systems

Noe R, Hoffmann S, Wördehoff C, El-Darawy M (2010)
In: Signal Processing in Photonic Communications. Tutorial SPWA1.

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Polarization-multiplexed QPSK transmission with synchronous coherent digital intradyne receivers has become a megatrend and is expected to provide cost- and spectrally efficient 100 GbE transmission with 50 GHz optical channel spacing.
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Signal Processing in Photonic Communications
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Tutorial SPWA1
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SPPCom
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Karlsruhe, Germany
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2010-06-21/2010-06-24
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Noe R, Hoffmann S, Wördehoff C, El-Darawy M. Digital Coherent Transmission Systems. In: Signal Processing in Photonic Communications. 2010: Tutorial SPWA1.
Noe, R., Hoffmann, S., Wördehoff, C., & El-Darawy, M. (2010). Digital Coherent Transmission Systems. Signal Processing in Photonic Communications, Tutorial SPWA1. doi:10.1364/sppcom.2010.spwa1
Noe, R., Hoffmann, S., Wördehoff, C., and El-Darawy, M. (2010). “Digital Coherent Transmission Systems” in Signal Processing in Photonic Communications Tutorial SPWA1.
Noe, R., et al., 2010. Digital Coherent Transmission Systems. In Signal Processing in Photonic Communications. pp. Tutorial SPWA1.
R. Noe, et al., “Digital Coherent Transmission Systems”, Signal Processing in Photonic Communications, 2010, pp.Tutorial SPWA1.
Noe, R., Hoffmann, S., Wördehoff, C., El-Darawy, M.: Digital Coherent Transmission Systems. Signal Processing in Photonic Communications. p. Tutorial SPWA1. (2010).
Noe, Reinhold, Hoffmann, Sebastian, Wördehoff, Christian, and El-Darawy, Mohamed. “Digital Coherent Transmission Systems”. Signal Processing in Photonic Communications. 2010. Tutorial SPWA1.
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