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Experimental Demonstration of Suppression of Cascaded Performance Degradation in Multi-core Fiber Networks with Burst-mode EDFA

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate cascaded performance degradation caused by increased inter-core crosstalk due to optical power fluctuation of adjacent core in multi-core fiber networks, and we show that a burst-mode EDFA is a candidate solution.

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