Abstract

We demonstrated the feasibility of a polarization tracking receiver in a 6500km straight line transmission experiment. This is the first transoceanic length DWDM demonstration using a fully automatic polarization tracker producing a record setting 66% spectral efficiency for 10Gb/s transmission.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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