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Vincent Houtsma

Murray Hill, NJ, USA

Selected Articles and Publications

FLEXIBLE 50 GBPS PON BASED ON CAP-4 AND PAM-4 WITH USER INTERLEAVING

Digital Signal Processing in Optical Access Systems

50 Gbps TDM-PON using Neural Network Enabled Rx Equalization Specialized for PON

Wavelength-stable burst-mode laser for next-generation PONs

Optical Strategies for Economical Next Generation 50 and 100G PON

Low Complex 50 Gbps Burst Mode Coherent Detection for Time-Division Multiplexed Passive Optical Networks

10Gb/s Low-Cost Directly Modulated Multi-Electrode Laser with Suppressed Thermal Wavelength Drift for Burst-Mode Upstream Transmission in TWDM-PONs

10Gb/s Low-Cost Directly Modulated Multi-Electrode Laser with Suppressed Thermal Wavelength Drift for Burst-Mode Upstream Transmission in TWDM-PONs

Technology Roadmap for Time Division Multiplexed Passive Optical Networks (TDM PONs)

Bi-directional 25/50G TDM-PON using Duobinary Detection with 25G APD and Coherent Amplification

Discrete multitone toward 40 G-PON using 10 Gbps EML and APD

40 Gbps PON with 23 dB power budget using 10 Gbps optics and DMT

Real-time demonstration of 28 Gbit/s electrical duobinary TDM-PON extension using remote nodes

Recent Progress on Standardization of Next Generation 25, 50 and 100G EPON

Real-time PHY-layer demonstration of 28 Gbit/s electrical duo-binary TDM-PON extension using remote nodes

Optical Amplified 40-Gbps Symmetrical TDM-PON Using 10-Gbps Optics and DSP

Bi-directional 25G/50G TDM-PON with extended power budget using 25G APD and coherent amplification

Cost Effective 25 Gbps Optical Access Technology

Increasing Access Capacity Beyond NG-PON2

The Unified 25 Gbps NG-PON Proposal

40-Gb/s TDM-PON over 42 km using a Binary Direct Detection Receiver

A High-Gain InP D-HBT Driver Amplifier with 50 GHz Bandwidth and 10 Vpp Differential Output Swing at 40 Gb/s

100G (4x25G) NGPON2 upgrade using novel multi-electrode burst mode laser structure to enable 100GHz channel spacing

Novel Wavelength Stable Burst-Mode Laser for Next Generation PONs