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6.144 Gb/s Transmission in Wavelength Agility Optical Access Network for C-RAN with Directly Modulated Tunable DBR Laser

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Directly modulated tunable DBR laser is a feasible optical source in wavelength agility optical access network in C-RAN. Transmission at 6.144Gb/s NRZ signal over 20km SMF is experimentally confirmed, with tunability over ten channels.

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