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9,000-km transmission of 32 × 42.7 Gb/s dense-WDM signals using 195-µm2-Aeff fiber and inverse double-hybrid span configuration

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We demonstrate the first transpacific distance transmission of 40-Gb/s-based dense-WDM signals. This result was obtained by using an inverse double-hybrid span configuration that was optimized for a newly developed I 95-µm2-Aeff fiber and distnbuted all-Raman amplification.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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