Post Deadline Programme
Thursday 26 September 2013
PD Session 1 – Room C (14:00 – 15:15)
Session Chair: Pascale Nouchi, Thalesgroup, France
PD1.C.1 | 14:00
S Yerolatsitis1, T A Birks1, Physics, University of Bath, UK
We report mode multiplexers with single-mode inputs directly compatible with standard telecoms fibres . They are made by fusing and tapering three such fibres in a fluorine-doped silica capillary. The fused fibres act as the core of a multimode fibre, in which three individual modes could be separately excited The loss is 0 6-0 7 Db.
PD1.C.2 | 14:15
First Demonstration of an Amplified Transmission Line Based on Multi-Element Fibre Technology
V J F Rancano1, S Jain1, T C May-Smith1, J K Sahu1, P Petropoulos1, D J Richardson1, 1Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton, UK
We report the first amplified transmission experiments based on multi-element transmission fibres and amplifiers. The system exhibits negligible levels of crosstalk and compatibility with traditional WDM systems. The technology allows access to individual fibre elements without the need for any special interfacing devices.
PD1.C.3 | 14:30
Mode-Selective Dissimilar Fiber Photonic-Lantern Spatial Multiplexers for Few-Mode Fiber
N K Fontaine1, S G Leon-Saval2, R Ryf1, J R Salazar Gil2, B Ercan1, J Bland-Hawthorn2, 1Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, USA, 2Institute of Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS), School of Physics, The University of Sydney, Australia
We demonstrate a 3 core fiber-based photonic lantern spatial-multiplexer that selectively excites the LP01 and LP11 modes. The mode-selectivity is greater than 6 dB and insertion loss is below 2 4 dB when coupled to a graded-index FMF.
PD1.C.4 | 14:45
Wavelength-Selective Switch for Few-Mode Fibers Transmission
R Ryf1, N K Fontaine1, J Dunayevsky2, D Sinefeld3, M Blau3, M Montoliu1,4, S Randel1, C Liu1, B Ercan1, M Esmaeelpour1, S Chandrasekhar1, A H Gnauck1, S G Leon-Saval5, J Bland-Hawthorn5, J R Salazar-Gil5, Y Sun6, L Grüner-Nielsen7, R Lingle Jr.6, D M Marom3, 1Bell Laboratories, Alcatel-Lucent, USA, 2Oclaro Corp, Israel, 3Applied Physics Dept , Hebrew University, Israel, 4Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (ETSETB), Spain, 5Institute of Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS), The University of Sydney, Australia, 6OFS, Norcross, USA, 7OFS Fitel Denmark, Denmark
We demonstrate combined WDM/MDM transmission over a novel few-mode fiber based 1 x 9 wavelength-selective switch that supports fibers with 6 spatial and polarization modes. The effect on transmission of cascaded passband filtering and mode-dependent loss build-up is investigated in detail.
PD1.C.5 | 15:00
First Demonstration of High-Order QAM Signal Amplification in PPLN-based Phase Sensitive Amplifier
T Umeki1,2, O Tadanaga1, M Asobe1, Y Miyamoto2, H Takenouchi1,2, 1NTT Photonics Labs, NTT Corporation, Japan 2NTT Network Innovation Labs, NTT Corporation, Japan
We achieved 16QAM signal amplification using a PPLN-based PSA with high gain linearity. Phase noise cancellation and an improved SNR were successfully demonstrated. The applicability of the amplification of multi-carrier signals and two orthogonally-polarized signals was also confirmed toward ultra-high spectrally efficient signal amplification.
PD Session 2 – Room D (14:00 – 15:15)
Session Chair: Romain Brenot, III-V Lab, France
PD2.D.1 | 14:00
Tandem-Phase-Modulator-Based Optical Isolator in Silicon
C R Doerr1, L Chen1, D Vermeulen, 1Acacia Communications, USA
We propose a new optical isolator design based on tandem phase modulators in a long interferometer. It provides low-loss, broadband isolation in a photonic integrated circuit without requiring special materials or fabrication steps. We demonstrate a version in silicon photonics.
PD2.D.2 | 14:15
Ultra-Compact Si-Wire 8 × 8 Strictly-Non-Blocking PILOSS Switch
K Suzuki1, K Tanizawa1, T Matsukawa2, G Cong1, S H Kim1, S Suda1, M Ohno2, T Chiba2, H Tadokoro2, M Yanagihara2, Y Igarashi2, M Masahara2, H Kawashima1, 1Network Photonic Research Center, 2Nanoelectronics Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
We report on a path-independent insertion-loss (PILOSS) 8 × 8 matrix-switch based on Si-wire, which has record-small footprint of 3 5 × 2 4 mm2. The matrix consists of thermooptic switches and low-crosstalk intersections Successful switching of 43-Gbps QPSK signal is demonstrated.
PD2.D.3 | 14:30
All-ETDM 107-Gbaud PDM-16QAM (856-Gb/s) Transmitter and Coherent Receiver
G Raybon1, A Adamiecki1, P J Winzer1, M Montoliu1, S Randel1, A Umbach2, M Margraf2, J Stephan2, S Draving3, M Grove3, K Rush3, 1Alcatel-Lucent, Bell Labs, USA 2u2t Photonics AG, Germany, 3Agilent Technologies, USA
We demonstrate the generation of all-electronically multiplexed 107-Gbaud PDM-16QAM and its coherent detection using 72-GHz balanced photodetectors and a 63-GHz real-time oscilloscope.
PD2.D.4 | 14:45
A 100-Gb/s Real-time Burst-mode Coherent PDM-DQPSK Receiver
M Li1, N Deng1, Q Xue1, G Gong1, Z Feng1, S Cao1, 1Networks Research Dept, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, China
We demonstrate a 100-Gb/s real-time coherent burst-mode receiver for the first time, based on 32-GSa/s low-profile ADCs. A particularly designed DSP architecture was implemented for rapid burst data recovery, FTL transience compensation and effective channel equalization.
PD2.D.5 | 15:00
1-Tb/s Transceiver Spanning Over Just Three 50-GHz Frequency Slots for Long-Haul Systems
J Renaudier1, R Rios-Muller1, L Schmalen2, M Salsi1, P Tran1, G Charlet1, S Bigo1, 1Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs , France, 2Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Germany
We demonstrate a 1Tb/s transceiver, occupying only three 50-GHz slots leveraging a joint optimization procedure of modulation format and error coding. We validate its design by transporting 51-Tb/s over 2000-km, at 6 7-bit/s/Hz spectral efficiency.
PD Session 3 – Room E (14:00 – 15:15)
Session Chair: Sebastian Bigo Alcatel- Lucent, France
PD3.E.1 | 14:00
44. 1 Tb/s Transmission over 9,100 km Using Coded Modulation Based on 16QAM Signals at 4.9 bits/s/Hz Spectral Efficiency
D G Foursa1, H G Batshon1, H Zhang1, M Mazurczyk1, J -X Cai1, O Sinkin1, A Pilipetskii1, G Mohs1, N S Bergano1, 1TE SubCom, USA
We transmit 441x100 Gb/s signals in 9 THz of optical bandwidth over 9,100 km at a SE of 493% and a bitrate distance product >400 Pb/s*km Our 60% overhead coded modulation format achieves a 3 35 dBQ error correction threshold at an OSNR that is within 2 5 dB of the Shannon limit for the targeted SE. All channels are decoded with no errors.
PD3.E.2 | 14:15
38.75 Tb/s Transmission Experiment over Transoceanic Distance
M Salsi1, R Rios-Muller1, J Renaudier1, P Tran1, L Schmalen2, A Ghazisaeidi1, H Mardoyan1, P Brindel1, G Charlet1, S Bigo1, 1Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, France, 2Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Germany
We experimentally demonstrate the transmission of 155 channels modulated with PDM-16QAM over 6,600 km of pure silica core fiber. The capacity of 38 75 Tb/s is achieved using C and L bands with hybrid EDFA/Raman amplification.
PD3.E.3 | 14:30
1.03-Exabit/s·km Super-Nyquist-WDM Transmission over 7,326-km Seven-Core Fiber
K Igarashi1, T Tsuritani1, I Morita1, Y Tsuchida2, K Maeda2, M Tadakuma2, T Saito2, K Watanabe2, K Imamura2, R Sugizaki2, M Suzuki1, 1KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc., Japan, 2Furukawa Electric Co. Ltd , Japan
We demonstrate 140 7-Tbit/s, 7,326-km transmission of 7×201-channel 25-GHz-spaced Super-Nyquist-WDM 100-Gbit/s optical signals using seven-core fiber and full C-band seven-core EDFAs. The record capacity-distance product of 1 03 Exabit/s×km is achieved.
PD3.E.4 | 14:45
2 x 344 Tb/s Propagation-direction Interleaved Transmission over 1500-km MCF Enhanced by Multicarrier Full Electric-field Digital Back-propagation
T Kobayashi1, H Takara1, A Sano1, T Mizuno1, H Kawakami1, Y Miyamoto1, K Hiraga1, Y Abe2, H Ono2, M Wada3, Y Sasaki4, I Ishida4, K Takenaga4, S Matsuo4, K Saitoh5, M Yamada6, H Masuda7, T Morioka8, 1NTT Network Innovation Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan, 2NTT Photonics Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan, 3NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan, 4Optics and Electronics Laboratories, Fujikura Ltd, Japan, 5Hokkaido University, Japan, 6Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 7Shimane university, Japan, 8Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
We demonstrate 12-core fiber bidirectional long-haul transmission with sub-petabit-class capacity (2 x 344 Tb/s). Inter-core crosstalk management and multicarrier nonlinear compensation enabled the longest distance of 1500 km in SDM transmission with unidirectional capacity over 300 Tb/s.
PD3.E.5 | 15:00
Reducing the Complexity of Nonlinearity Pre-compensation Using Symmetric EDC and Pulse Shaping
Y Gao1, J C Cartledge1, A S Karar1, S S-H Yam1, 1Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Queen's University, Canada
By combining symmetric electronic dispersion compensation and root-raised-cosine pulse shaping with a roll-off factor of 0 1, the complexity of perturbation-based nonlinear pre-compensation for 128 Gbit/s DP 16-QAM is reduced by a factor up to 6 8 without a degradation in performance.
PD Session 4 – Room F (14:00 – 15:15)
Session Chair: Jean-Pierre Hamaide, Alcatel-lucent, France
PD4.F.1 | 14:00
First Field Demonstration of Cloud Datacenter Workflow Automation Employing Dynamic Optical Transport Network Resources Under OpenStack & OpenFlow Orchestration
T Szyrkowiec1,2, A Autenrieth1, P Gunning3, P Wright3, A Lord3, J-P Elbers1, A Lumb4, 1ADVA Optical Networking, Germany, 2Institute for Communication Networks, Technische Universität München, Germany, 3BT, UK, 4ADVA Optical Networking, UK
For the first time, we demonstrate an orchestration of elastic datacenter with inter data center transport network resources using a combination of OpenStack and OpenFlow Programmatic control allows a data center operator to dynamically request optical lightpaths from a transport network operator for acceleration of inter-data center workflows.
PD4.F.2 | 14:15
First Demonstration of Software Defined Networking (SDN) over Space Division Multiplexing (SDM) Optical Networks
N Amaya1, S Yan1, M Channegowda1, B R Rofoee1, Y Shu1, M Rashidi1, Y Ou1, G Zervas1, R Nejabati1, D Simeonidou1, B J Puttnam2, W Klaus2, J Sakaguchi2, T Miyazawa2, Y Awaji2, H Harai2, N Wada2, 1High-Performance Networks Group, University of Bristol, UK, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan
We demonstrate for the first time a fully integrated SDN-controlled bandwidth-flexible and programmable SDM optical network utilising sliceable self-homodyne spatial superchannels to support dynamic bandwidth and QoT provisioning, infrastructure slicing and isolation.
PD4.F.3 | 14:30
Novel flat datacenter network architecture based on scalable and flow-controlled optical switch system
W Miao1, J Luo1, S Di Lucente1, H Dorren1, N Calabretta1, 1COBRA Research Institute, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
We propose and demonstrate an optical flat datacenter network based on scalable optical switch system with optical flow control 4x4 dynamic switch operation at 40 Gb/s reported 300ns minimum end-to-end latency (including 25m transmission link) and <10-6 packet loss for 0 4 load with buffer size of 16 packets.
PD4.F.4 | 14:45
World’s First Demonstration of Pluggable Optical Transceiver Modules for Flexible TWDM PONs
N Cheng1, J Gao2, C Xu2, B Gao2, X Wu2, D Liu2, L Wang2, X Zhou2, H Lin2, F Effenberger1, 1FutureWei Technologies, USA, 2Huawei Technologies, China
Optical transceivers are demonstrated with error-free performance in TWDM PONs Integrated OLT transceiver in CFP-module transmits 10dBm power and achieves -36dBm sensitivity. Low-cost tunable SFP+ ONU transceiver can be tuned over 4 channels with 4dBm transmitted power and -26dBm sensitivity.
PD4.F.5 | 15:00
25 Gb/s Transmission over 820m of MMF using a Multimode Launch from an Integrated Silicon Photonics Transceiver
X Chen1, S R Bickham2, H-F Liu3, O I Dosunmu3, J E Hurley1, M-J Li1, 1Science and Technology, Corning Inc., USA, 2Corning Optical Fiber and Cable, Corning Inc., USA, 3Intel Corporation, USA
We demonstrate 25Gb/s transmission over a record 820m MMF using a multimode launch from an integrated SiPh transceiver through a new fiber optimized for high bandwidth at 1310nm with a power penalty of 3 4 dB at 10-12 BER. Detailed characteristics of the fiber and transceiver are presented along with BER measurements.