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On-Chip Mode-division Multiplexing with Modal Crosstalk Mitigation

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate modal crosstalk mitigation over an on-chip mode-division multiplexing link employing low-coherence matched detection. 20-Gbaud QPSK and 8-PSK mode-multiplexed signals are successfully transmitted with a maximum modal crosstalk of −6.5 dB.

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