Synchronous networks-on-chip (NoC) require tailored schedulers achieving low latency, high throughput, and fairness while avoiding packet collisions. Efficient schedulers exist for rearrangeable non-blocking NoC. However, NoCs fabricated in integrated photonics typically suffer a blocking behavior due to the limitations of the switching capabilities in the space and wavelength domains. This ...
- Khosravirad S.
- Viswanathan H.
Ultra-reliable low-latency communication (URLLC) is an increasingly important aspect of wireless communications in the 5th generation mobile networks (5G) era. Specifically, in the context of wireless mission-critical communication for factory automation where the most demanding reliability requirement of nine nines figure is considered for isochronous packet delivery in highly constrained ...
Ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) is an increasingly important aspect of wireless communications in the 5th generation mobile networks (5G) era, specifically in the context of wireless mission-critical communications for factory automation. This paper proposes a pilot-assisted variable rate URLLC scheme for the downlink (DL) of a factory automation network ...
Network slicing has been identified as the backbone of the rapidly evolving 5G technology. However, as its consolidation and standardization progress, there are no literatures that comprehensively discuss its key principles, enablers and research challenges. This paper elaborates network slicing from an endto- end perspective detailing its historical heritage, principal ...
- Gomony M.
- Sarkar S.
Arithmetic operations involving complex numbers are widely used in the signal processing functions of the physical layer of modern wireless and wireline communication systems, electronic instrumentation and control systems. With the ever increasing throughput requirements of the communication standards, the power consumption of the hardware realization is going beyond the ...
- Haardt M.
- Song N.
- Yang T.
Multi-beam mobile satellite systems have a great potential in providing broadband mobile services over a large area to achieve a high system throughput. On ground beamforming techniques are quite promising but require a large feeder link bandwidth to deliver all the feeds’ signals. There are two potential solutions to solve ...
- Morea A.
- Pesic J.
- Zami T.
We present a new strategy of regenerator placement along with traffic growth in the elastic WDM networks, by introducing additional regenerators on the already allocated connections only from when needed to accommodate extra demand of capacity
- Dries Vande Ginste
- Guenach M.
- Jelle Bailleul
- Lennert Jacobs
- Marc M.
- Paolo Manfredi
High-speed communication over mutually coupled channels can be severely affected by intersymbol interference (ISI) and crosstalk (XT). Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) equalization is known to mitigate both ISI and XT, but requires accurate channel information at the receiver (RX) and/or transmitter (TX) when the channel is stochastic. However, since adjusting the ...
Record-High 17.3-bit/s/Hz Spectral Efficiency Transmission over 50 km Using Probabilistically Shaped PDM 4096-QAM
- Burrows E.
- Chen X.
- Cho J.
- Olsson S.
- Sethumadhavan C.
- Winzer P.
We demonstrate transmission of a 10-subcarrier superchannel with a record-high intra-channel spectral efficiency of 17.3 bit/s/Hz over 50-km backward Raman amplified Corning Vascade EX2000 fiber using 3-GBd probabilistically shaped PDM 4096-QAM.
- Carpenter J.
- Chen H.
- Fontaine N.
- Kim K.
- Neilson D.
- Ryf R.
We demonstrate a multi-plane light conversion device based on 7 planes which maps Hermite-Gaussian spatial modes with indices (m,n) onto a Cartesian grid (x,y) of diffraction limited spots for 210 spatial modes.
- Bidkar S.
- Galaro J.
- Pfeiffer T.
We demonstrate for the first time, feasibility of latency-critical mobile fronthaul (CPRI) transport over a 6 km PON infrastructure with co-existing residential broadband traffic using a standards-compliant commercial TDM-PON platform with a sub-200 µs round trip delay.
Fiber type dependent benefits when deploying up-to-300Gb/s elastic transponders adapting to ageing of margins
- Pesic J.
- Rossi N.
- Zami T.
We compare cost savings when planning a WDM French backbone network based on SSMF or LEAF, with 32 GBaud elastic optical transponders adapting their capacity from 100 Gb/s to 300 Gb/s to the actual ageing margins.
- Buchali F.
- Buelow H.
- Schuh K.
- Thai Le S.
We demonstrate 1.6Tbps 8-channel WDM direct detection transmission with virtual carriers over a record distance of 1200km with Corning TXF fiber by using either Kramers-Kronig receiver or a low complexity interference cancellation scheme.
- Schmalen L.
We discuss the impact of probabilistic amplitude shaping on the forward error correction stage in future optical transceivers and highlight some potential pitfills, as well as challenges and opportunities for future research that may arise.
Influence of the maturity of technology on the benefit of 75 GHz-spaced 64 GBaud channels in WDM elastic networks
- Bertolini M.
- Lavigne B.
- Zami T.
We quantify how the benefit of 75 GHz-spaced 64 GBaud channels in WDM core transparent networks depends on the associated elastic modulation set and on the maturity of transponder implementation, that impact WDM transmission reaches
We demonstrate that the performance of 100 Gb/s NFDM system employing the continuous nonlinear spectrum is significantly enhanced by modulating only the b-coefficient, providing a gain up to 1.5 dB over the conventional OFDM system.
Mode-Multiplexed 16-QAM Transmission over 2400-km Large-Effective-Area Depressed-Cladding 3-Mode Fiber
We demonstrate 2400 km mode-multiplexed 16-QAM transmission over a low DMGD (27.1 ps/km) and low MDL (1.75 dB) 3-mode fiber link. The large effective-area 3-mode fiber is shown to outperform a standard single-mode fiber for distances up to 4500km.
Flexible Transmission Enabled by Novel M2-QAM Formats with Record Distance - Spectral Efficiency Tuneability
We propose a variable M2-QAM format and coding scheme and demonstrate record distance â" spectral efficiency tuneability by 6.4 bit/s/Hz and Î"Lâ18x, respectively, at 400 and 600 Gb/s per carrier and report record terrestrial reach for high spectral efficient up to 256QAM.
We demonstrate a mode selective photonic lantern with a graded index core, which modes are a better match when splicing to graded index transmission fiber compare to those from a photonic lantern with step index core.
We present pilot-assisted burst mode DSP design for high-order QAM signals. Short preambles are used for frame, frequency synchronization and channel estimation. The proposed scheme is experimentally demonstrated to detect 16G-baud PDM 128/256/512-QAM bursts.