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Influence of intensity modulation produced by LD direct modulation on transmission characteristics of CPFSK differential detection system

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2 Author(s)
S. Yoshida ; NTT Transmission Syst. Lab., Kanagawa, Japan ; K. Iwashita

Transmission characteristics of a CPFSK differential detection system with LD direct modulation are studied by computer simulation. Simulation results show that the optimum wavelength for LD direct modulation CPFSK transmission shifts to a wavelength longer than zero dispersion wavelength because of the phase difference between the intensity and frequency modulation components. A precise investigation of the dependence of optimum total dispersion on several parameters reveals the essential role of the phase difference between intensity and frequency modulation induced by LD direct modulation. The transmission distance allowing a 1-dB power penalty at 10 Gb/s is 117 km for a wavelength 30 nm shorter than the zero dispersion wavelength, while the distance is 183 km for a wavelength 30 nm longer. This indicates that the zero dispersion wavelength shift is 11 nm for 100-km transmission

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Journal of Lightwave Technology  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 2 )