Analysis of the 1310 nm wavelength domain capability to support the low-complexity and high capacity transmission

Analysis of the 1310 nm wavelength domain capability to support the low-complexity
and high capacity transmission

Period: 2012 – 2015

Grant from: National Center for Science (NCN, http://ncn.gov.pl)

Status: current

Project leader: J.P. Turkiewicz

Participants: P. Mazurek, P. Czyżak, K. Markowski, J. Tonski

Abstract:
The scientific goal of the proposed project is to perform research on low-complexity and high capacity transmission in the
1310 nm wavelength domain. The neglected 1310 nm wavelength domain offers significant transmission capacity, which is
utilized in the limited way with the current total transmission capacity of 100 Gbit/s. The proposed project aims at opening of the 1310 nm wavelength domain for high capacity traffic with the transmission capacity >400 Gbit/s and development of the transmission technique completely utilizing it’s potential with the capacity much more (at least four-ten times) than the current 100 Gbit/s.The main advantages of the developed technique will be low-coplexity and low cost, due to the application of the integrable semiconductor components like SOA or EAM or elimination of the dispersion compensation as well as the limited energy consumption.