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Evaluation of Elastic Modulation Gains in Microsoft’s Optical Backbone in North America

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We study Q-factor and its variation in Microsoft’s backbone network carrying live traffic. We find that a capacity gain of at least 70% is achievable via elastic modulation.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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