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WDM experiment using 1300/1500 nm dual-wavelength LED for single-mode fibre transmission systems

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4 Author(s)
Chang, G.-K. ; Bell Communications Research, Red Bank, USA ; Reith, L.A. ; Leblanc, H.P. ; Chin, A.K.

A wavelength-division-multiplexing transmission experiment using a 1300/1500 nm dual-wavelength LED modulated at 140/560 Mbit/s over 10 km of single-mode fibre has been demonstrated. This dual-LED device has a 9 ¿m emitter spacing between the active facets with a coupling loss of 2.3 dB through a lens/fibre coupler. The chromatic dispersion penalty for the 1500 nm channel at 560 Mbit/s was about 6-5 dB and the electrical crosstalk penalty was 2.5 dB.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 24 )