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  • Optical Fiber Communication Conference
  • OSA Technical Digest Series (Optica Publishing Group, 2000),
  • paper FC5

210Gbit/s (10.7Gbit/s × 21WDM) Transmission over1200km with 200km Repeater Spacing for the Festoon Undersea Cable System

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To meet increasing demand of transmission capacity for Internet and Multimedia communication, ultra large capacity transoceanic undersea cable system with sub Tera bit/s per fiber pair will be realized with increasing the WDM channel count soon.[1,2] On the other hand, middle-haul system connecting the stations along the coast, the WDM festoon type undersea cable configuration using land repeaters and undersea cable is quite attractive to expand the aggregate cable capacity, since the umber of fibers in the submarine cable can be increased up to 100 fibers without optical repeater in the water and power feeding equipment. In such a system, the key issue is increasing the repeater span between land repeater.

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