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  • Journal of Lightwave Technology
  • Vol. 33,
  • Issue 13,
  • pp. 2876-2883
  • (2015)

Multi-Dimensional Coded Modulation in Long-Haul Fiber Optic Transmission

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Abstract

Multi-dimensional-coded modulation approaches the nonlinear Shannon limit due to its high SNR sensitivity and large Euclidean distance between multi-dimensional symbols. It also eliminates phase ambiguity to avoid cycle slips. In this paper, we review the design principles of bit-interleaved-coded modulation with multi-dimensional mapping, and its performance in long-haul transmission experiments with different spectral efficiencies in both dispersion managed and dispersion unmanaged fiber optic systems.

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