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Transmission of directly modulated 2.5-Gb/s signals over 250-km of nondispersion-shifted fiber by using a spectral filtering method

By: Sang-Soo Lee; Chang-Hee Lee; Jung-Hee Han; Hyang Kyun Kim;

1996 / IEEE

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Transmission of directly modulated 2.5-Gb/s signals over 250-km of nondispersion-shifted fiber by using a spectral filtering method ' We demonstrate 250-km nondispersion-shifted fiber transmission of directly modulated 2.5-Gb/s signals. The chirping-induced power penalty is reduced by using a spectral filter whose transmission peak is tuned to ""mark"" wavelength of the modulated laser output. A well-known intensity modulation with a sufficiently high extinction ratio is used to suppress the intersymbol interference induced by nonuniform frequency modulation response of semiconductor lasers. The observed results are explained theoretically by using eye closure penalty.