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Impact of noise and nonlinear distortion due to clipping on the BER performance of a 64-QAM signal in hybrid AM-VSB/QAM optical fiber transmission system

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5 Author(s)
Kinh Pham ; TRLabs, Edmonton, Alta., Canada ; J. Conradi ; G. Cormack ; B. Thomas
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Experimental BER measurements of a 64-QAM signal in a hybrid AM-VSB/QAM optical fiber transmission system are shown to be in good agreement with a corrected and reinterpreted theory of impulsive and Gaussian noise based on Middleton's class B impulsive noise model. Fiber dispersion induced distortion of the chirped laser output is also shown to adversely affect the QAM signal

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Journal of Lightwave Technology  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 11 )