We propose to extend the scalability of Time Sensitive industrial Networks, by partitioning them into scheduling domains, while preserving timing per domain, thanks to an optical backbone acting asynchronously. We show drastic improvements of scalability and a proof of concept.
We study the impact of transmitter chirp parameter (effective α-factor) on the chromatic-dispersion-induced power penalty in 50-Gbit/s TDM-PON. We experimentally show interplay of chirp and dispersion using 50G-class integrated EML-SOA driven in distinct operating points.
How Uncertainty on the Fiber Span Lengths Influences QoT Estimation using Machine Learning in WDM Networks
We investigate how a machine learning-based QoT estimator performs depending on different features selections, on homogeneity of the learned light paths and on uncertainty of their span lengths using artificial database for the France43 network.
We designed, fabricated and tested an optical hybrid that supports an octave of bandwidth (900-1800 nm) and below 4-dB insertion loss using multiplane light conversion. Measured phase errors are below 3 degreesacross a measurement bandwidth of 390 nm.
First Transmission of a 12D Format Across Three Coupled Spatial Modes of a 3-Core Coupled-Core Fiber at 4 bits/s/Hz
We demonstrate the first transmission of a space-division multiplexed 12D modulation format over a three-core coupled-core multicore fiber. The format occupies a single time slot spread across all three linearly-coupled spatial modes and shows improvements in MI and GMI after transmission compared to PDM-QPSK.
We demonstrate arrays of surface-normal electroabsorption modulators with ultrawide bandwidth (>>65 GHz), polarization insensitive response and ultralow total coupling loss to single-mode-fibers (0.7 dB). We show modulation up to 107 Gbit/s and packaging with arrayed-waveguide-gratings.
We experimentally achieve a 19% capacity gain per Watt of electrical supply power in a 12-span link by eliminating gain flattening filters and optimizing launch powers using deep neural networks in a parallel fiber context.
We propose a secure free-space optical (FSO) communication scheme employing the internal randomness of amplified spontaneous emission. 60-Gbit/s FSO transmission is demonstrated with temporal and spectral encryption.
Demonstration of Monitoring and Data Analytics-triggered reconfiguration for partially disaggregated optical networks
We demonstrate a novel agent for optical disaggregated optical networks. When the Monitoring and Data Analytics detects a degradation, it recommends the SDN controller to trigger a network reconfiguration computed by a novel planning tool.
Novel Optical Field Reconstruction for IM/DD with Receiver Bandwidth Well Below Full Optical Signal Bandwidth
We propose a novel signal reception scheme for IM/DD enabling optical field reconstruction. We experimentally demonstrate 60-GBd PAM-4 transmission over 80-km with 33-GHz electrical bandwidth at both transmitter and receiver, without optical filtering, optical dispersion compensation, nor optical amplification, allowing for 20-fold transmission distance.
We will review the specific requirements for upgrading passive optical networks and present recent research on high speed optical transmission for Next-Generation TDM-, TWDM- and WDM-PONs based on low cost optical and DSP technologies.
Deep neural network-based equalizer is presented to outperform MLSE as the receiver equalizer for 50Gb/s PON link. Parallelization of DNN is proposed to reduce the hardware resource and is verified in FPGA implementations.
A fixed-point deep neural network-based equalizer is implemented in FPGA and is shown to outperform MLSE in receiver sensitivity for 50 Gb/s PON downstream link. Embedded parallelization is proposed and verified to reduce hardware resources.
We present a device enabling individual spectro-temporal control of 15 spatial modes. Realizing independent control over both polarizations on each mode, flexible attenuation and +/-20ps of tunable delay over bandwidths exceeding 100 nm is enabled
The consecutive error behavior at the FEC decoder input arising from advanced equalization schemes is modeled using a sub-class of Fritchman's Markov models. An optical power penalty of 0.3 dB is incurred for a variant of the IEEE 802.3ca LDPC code with this structure to model errors at the output ...
We realize mode-multiplexed full-field reconstruction over six-spatial-and-polarization modes after 30-km multimode fiber transmission using intensity-only measurements without any optical carrier. The receiver?s capabilities to cope with modal dispersion and mode-dependent loss are experimentally demonstrated.
We demonstrate a record 300 Gb/s per-channel bitrate over 20570 km across the full C-band. The measured 41 channels are modulated with 99 GBd PDM-QPSK using CMOS DACs and optical pre-emphasis, avoiding nonlinear compensation.
We present a 50 Gb/s O-band reflective electroabsorption modulator operating in both non-return-to-zero (NRZ) and PAM-4 modulation formats without equalization. We obtained >9 dB NRZ dynamic extinction ratio for a peak-to-peak voltage of 2.4 V.
We present and demonstrate the alarm correlation capability executed as an SDN application in an open, partially disaggregated multi-vendor optical network. This SDN application reconciles device alarms from Open Terminals with service alarms from an Open Line System controller to perform fault isolation, alarm correlation, and optical restoration.
We realize optical broadcasting and reconfigurable beam steering by demultiplexing incoherent spatial modes. We demonstrate point-to-multipoint optical wireless communications using multimode VCSEL and multi-plane light conversion.