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Kerr-Induced Nonlinearity Reduction in Coherent Optical OFDM by Low Complexity Support Vector Machine Regression-based Equalization

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We experimentally demonstrate 7-dB reduction of nonlinearity penalty in 40-Gb/s CO-OFDM at 2000-km using support vector machine regression-based equalization. Simulation in WDM-CO-OFDM shows up to 12-dB enhancement in Q-factor compared to linear equalization.

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