Study of subband multiplexing at 54 GHz modulation bandwidth for 16QAM and probabilistic shaped 64QAM

  • Buchali F.
  • Eriksson T.
  • Fabian Steiner
  • Georg Boecherer
  • Idler W.
  • Patrick Schulte
  • Schmalen L.
  • Schuh K.

We assessed the electriacal subband multiplexed 16QAM and PS-64QAM signals at 54 GHz modulation bandwidth. We showed a 14% and 9% reach gain versus a comparable single carrier system. A detailed subband analysis exhibits up to 40% gain versus single carrier while worse subcarriers suffer from limited system performance due to increased requirements for subband multiplexing.

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