Postdeadline Paper Agenda & AbstractsCome back beginning in June for information on the 2014 Conference, meanwhile enjoy a retrospective look at the 2013 Conference.
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18:00 - 19:25
PDP5A • Postdeadline Session I
Presider: Michael Eiselt; ADVA Optical Networking AG, Germany
PDP5A.1 • 18:00
32-bit/s/Hz Spectral Efficiency WDM Transmission over 177-km Few-Mode Fiber,
Roland Ryf¹, Sebastian Randel¹, Nicolas K. Fontaine¹, Marc Montoliu¹, ², Ellsworth Burrows¹, Sethumadhavan Chandrasekhar¹, Alan H. Gnauck¹, Chongjin Xie¹, Rene-Jean Essiambre¹, Peter Winzer¹, Roger Delbue³, Peter Pupalaikis³, Anirudh Sureka³, Yi Sun4, Lars Gruner-Nielsen5, R. V. Jensen5, Robert Lingle5,¹ Alcatel-Lucent, USA; ²Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (ETSETB), Spain; ³LeCroy Corporation, USA; 4OFS, USA;
5OFS Fitel Denmark, Denmark.
We transmit 32 WDM channels over 12 spatial and polarization modes of 177 km few-mode fiber at a record spectral efficiency of 32bit/s/Hz. The transmitted signals are strongly coupled and recovered using 12×12 multiple- input multiple-output digital signal processing.
PDP5A.2 • 18:12
146λx6x19-Gbaud Wavelength- and Mode-Division Multiplexed Transmission over 10x50-km Spans of Few-Mode Fiber with a Gain-Equalized Few-Mode EDFA,
Ezra Ip¹, Ming-jun Li², Yue-Kai Huang¹, Akihiro Tanaka¹, Eduardo Mateo¹, William Wood², Junqiang Hu¹, Yutaka Yano³, Konstantin Koreshkov²,¹ NEC Laboratories America, USA; ²Corning Inc, USA; ³NEC Corporation, Japan.
We demonstrate wavelength- and mode-division multiplexed transmission over a fiber re-circulating loop comprising 50-km of low-DMGD few-mode fiber, and an optimized few-mode EDFA with a flat gain spectrum and low mode- dependent gain.
PDP5A.3 • 18:24
First Demonstration of a Broadband 37-cell Hollow Core Photonic Bandgap Fiber and Its Application to High Capacity Mode Division Multiplexing,
Yong-min Jung¹, Vincent Sleiffer², Naveen Baddela¹, Marco Petrovich¹, John R. Hayes¹, Natalie Wheeler¹, David Gray¹, Eric Rodrigue Numkam Fokoua¹, John Wooler¹, Nicholas Wong¹, Francesca Parmigiani¹, Shaif-Ul Alam¹, Janis Surof³, Maxim Kuschnerov4, Vladimir Veljanovski4, Hugo Waardt, de², Francesco Poletti¹, David J. Richardson¹,¹ Optoelectronics Research Centre, United Kingdom; ²Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; ³Technische Universität München, Germany; 4Coriant R&D GmbH, Germany.
We report fabrication of the first low-loss, broadband 37-cell photonic bandgap fiber. Exploiting absence of surface modes and low cross-talk in the fiber we demonstrate mode division multiplexing over three modes with record transmission capacity.
PDP5A.4 • 18:36
High Capacity Field Trials of 40.5 Tb/s for LH Distance of 1,822 km and 54.2 Tb/s for Regional Distance of 634 km,
Tiejun J. Xia¹, Glenn Wellbrock¹, Akihiro Tanaka², Ming-Fang Huang², Ezra Ip², Dayou Qian², Yue-Kai Huang², Shaoliang Zhang², Yequn Zhang², Philip Ji², Yoshiaki Aono³, Shuji Murakami³, Tsutomu Tajima³,¹ Verizon Communications Inc, USA; ²NEC Labs America, USA; ³NEC Corporation, Japan.
40.5 Tb/s over 1,822km and 54.2 Tb/s over 634km field SSMF was realized using 41 Nyquist rate DP-8QAM and DP-16QAM superchannels. They are the highest field capacities for long-haul and regional distances achieved so far.
PDP5A.5 • 18:48
Single-carrier 400G interface and 10-channel WDM transmission over 4800 km using all-ETDM 107-Gbaud PDM-QPSK ,
Gregory Raybon¹, Andrew Adamiecki¹, Peter Winzer¹, Chongjin Xie¹, Agnieszka Konczykowska², Filipe Jorge², Jean-Yves Dupuy², Lawrence L. Buhl¹, Chandrasekhar Sethumadhavan¹, Steve Draving³, Marty Grove³, Kenneth Rush³,¹ Alcatel-Lucent Bell Laboratories, USA; 2III-V Lab, France; ³Agilent Technologies, USA.
We transmit all-electronically multiplexed 107-Gbaud polarization-multiplexed quadrature-phase-shift-keying over 4800-km using coherent detection based on a real-time oscilloscope with 63-GHz electronic bandwidth. Ten WDM channels on a 120-GHz grid yield a spectral efficiency of 3.3 b/s/Hz.
PDP5A.6 • 19:00
200 Gb/s and Dual Wavelength 400 Gb/s Transmission over Transpacific Distance at 6 b/s/Hz Spectral Efficiency ,
Hongbin Zhang¹, Jin-Xing Cai¹, Hussam G. Batshon¹, Matt Mazurczyk¹, Oleg Sinkin¹, Dmitri Foursa¹, Alexei Pilipetskii¹, Georg Mohs¹, Neal Bergano¹,¹ Tyco Subsea Communications, USA.
We transmit 106x200 Gb/s channels over 10,290 km at 6.0 b/s/Hz enabled by Nyquist spectral shaping and nonlinearity compensation. We also transmit 53x400 Gb/s channels over 9,200 km detecting two
200 Gb/s wavelengths simultaneously using a wideband receiver
PDP5A.7 • 19:12
Record Low Loss, Record High FOM Optical Fiber with Manufacturable Process ,
Masaaki Hirano¹, Tetsuya Haruna¹, Yoshiaki Tamura¹, Takehiko Kawano¹, Satoshi Ohnuki¹, Yoshinori Yamamoto¹, Yasushi Koyano¹, Takashi Sasaki¹,¹ Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd, Japan.
Record-low loss of 0.149dB/km at 1550nm is realized by pure-silica-core fiber having optimally enlarged Aeff, which indicates record-high figure-of-merit for digital coherent system. Mass-productivity is verified with 7,000km long fabrication whose averaged loss of 0.154dB/km.
PDP5A.8 • 19:24
Long-haul Ethernet-Transport Integrated Packet/Circuit Hybrid Network Field-Trial, Steinar Bjornstad1,2, Raimena Veisllari1 and Kurosh Bozorgebrahimi3; 1Department of Telematics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway; 2TransPacket, Norway; 3UNINETT, Norway. In the first integrated packet/circuit hybrid network field-trial with production traffic, the mean capacity utilization of an Ethernet wavelength during a 24h period is doubled without timing-impact on the wavelength traffic.
18:00 - 20:00
PDP5B • Postdeadline Session II
Presider: Kenneth Reichmann, AT&T Research Labs, USA
PDP5B.1 • 18:00
First Demonstration of enhanced Software Defined Networking (eSDN) over elastic Grid (eGrid) Optical Networks for Data Center Service Migration,
Jie Zhang¹, Yongli Zhao¹, Hui Yang¹, Yuefeng Ji¹, Hui Li¹, Yi Lin², Gang Li², Jianrui Han², Young Lee², Teng Ma²,¹ Beijing Univ of Posts & Telecom, China; ²Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., China.
We demonstrate for the first time enhanced software defined networking (eSDN) over elastic grid (eGrid) optical networks for data center service migration, the performance of which are first verified on our testbed with real prototypes.
PDP5B.2 • 18:12
First OpenFlow-based Software-Defined λ-Flow Architecture for Flex-Grid OFDMA Mobile Backhaul over Passive Optical Networks with Filterless Direct Detection ONUs,
Neda Cvijetic¹, Akihiro Tanaka¹, Philip N. Ji¹, Shuji Murakami², Karthik Sethuraman², Ting Wang¹,¹ NEC Laboratories America Inc, USA; ²NEC Corporation of America, USA.
We demonstrate the first software-defined OpenFlow1.0-based flex-grid λ-flow architecture enabling 150Mb/s per-cell OFDMA MBH overlays onto bidirectional 10Gb/s PON, without any ONU-side optical filtering, amplification, or coherent detection over 20km SSMF and 1:64 passive split.
PDP5B.3 • 18:24
Terabit+ (192 x 10 Gb/s) Nyquist Shaped UDWDM Coherent PON with Upstream and Downstream over a 12.8 nm Band,
Ali Shahpari¹, Jacklyn D. Reis¹, Ricardo Ferreira¹, Darlene M. Neves¹, Mario Lima¹, Antonio Teixeira¹, ²,¹ University of Aveiro, Instituto De Telecomunicacoes, Portugal; ²ON WSM, Nokia Siemens Networks, Portugal.
We experimentally demonstrate a bi-directional Terabit+ UDWDM coherent PON with Nyquist shaped 16QAM modulation, offering up to 10 Gb/s service capabilities per user/wavelength in a total spectrum of 12.8 nm over 40 km of SSMF.
100 Gbit/s Wireless Link with mm-Wave Photonics,
Swen Koenig¹, Florian Boes¹, Daniel Lopez-Diaz², Jochen Antes¹, Ralf Henneberger³, Rene M. Schmogrow¹, David Hillerkuss5, ¹, Robert Palmer¹, Thomas Zwick¹, Christian Koos¹, Wolfgang Freude¹, Oliver Ambacher², Ingmar Kallfass4, ², Juerg Leuthold5, ¹,¹ Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany; 2Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid-State Physics (IAF), Germany; ³Radiometer Physics GmbH, Germany; 4University of Stuttgart, Germany; 55. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland.
We demonstrate a single-input single-output photonic wireless link at 237.5 GHz with record 100 Gbit/s data transmission over 20 m. We use an optical heterodyne I/Q transmitter and a state-of-the-art active I/Q- MMIC at the receiver.
PDP5B.5 • 18:48
Wavelength-tunable QAM Synthesis by Direct Modulation of Injection-locked Fabry-Perot Semiconductor Lasers,
Radan Slavik¹, Joseph Kakande³, Richard Phelan2, John O'Carroll2, David J. Richardson¹,¹ University of Southampton, United Kingdom; 2Eblana Photonics Ltd, Ireland; ³Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA.
A new scheme for direct and tunable (30nm shown here) QAM synthesis from binary RF data streams is demonstrated with up to 48Gbit/s QPSK, including propagation over 75km SMF-28. Preliminary 16QAM (60Gbit/s) results are shown.
PDP5B.6 • 19:00
Small-Form-Factor All-InP Integrated Laser Vector Modulator Enables the Generation and Transmission of 256-Gb/s PDM-16QAM Modulation Format,
Sethumadhavan Chandrasekhar¹, Xiang Liu¹, Peter Winzer¹, John E. Simsarian¹, Robert A. Griffin2,¹ Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA; 2Oclaro Inc., Caswell, United Kingdom.
We demonstrate, using a compact InP-based integrated assembly of a tunable laser and a double-nested Mach-Zehnder modulator, generation of Nyquist-prefiltered QPSK and 16-QAM signals at 32-Gbaud. We transmitted them over 8000-km and 960-km SSMF, respectively.
PDP5B.7 • 19:12
High-speed Fading-free Direct Detection for Double-Sideband OFDM Signal via Block-wise Phase Switching ,
Chen Xi¹, An Li¹, Di Che¹, Qian Hu¹, Yifei Wang¹, Jiayuan He¹, William Shieh¹,¹ University of Melbourne, Australia.
We employ phase switching of either main-carrier or subcarriers of two consecutive signal blocks for double-sideband fading-free direct-detection (DD). In so doing, 40-Gb/s DD-OOFDM is successfully received over 80-km SSMF with single polarization and detector.
PDP5B.8 • 19:24
ROADM System for Space Division Multiplexing with Spatial Superchannels,
Mark D. Feuer¹, Lynn E. Nelson¹, Kazi S. Abedin2, Xiang Zhou¹, Thierry F. Taunay2, John F. Fini2, Benyuan Zhu2, Rejoy Isaac¹, Roey Harel³, Gil Cohen³, Dan M. Marom4,¹ AT&T Corp, USA; 2 OFS Labs, USA; ³ Oclaro, Inc., USA; 4 Dept. of Applied Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
A two-span SDM system includes the first ROADM supporting spatial superchannels and the first cladding-pumped multicore-EDFA directly spliced to multicore transmission fiber. For 6×40×128-Gb/s SDM-WDM-PDM-QPSK transmission, BER penalties are <1.6dB in Add, Drop, and Express paths.
PDP5B.9 • 19:36
Flexible All-Optical OFDM using WSSs,
Liang B. Du¹, Jochen Schröder2, Joel Carpenter2, Benjamin J. Eggleton2, Arthur J. Lowery¹; ¹Centre for Ultrahigh bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS), Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University, Australia; 2CUDOS, The School of Physics A28, The University of Sydney, Australia.
A LCOS WSS implements an optical inverse Fourier transform for 10-Tb/s OFDM signal generation and cyclic prefix insertion. After 857.4 km of dispersion uncompensated transmission, a second WSS implemented optically-banded digital subcarrier demultiplexing.
406.6-Gb/s PDM-BPSK Superchannel Transmission over 12,800-km TWRS Fiber via Nonlinear Noise Squeezing,
Xiang Liu¹, Sethumadhavan Chandrasekhar¹, Peter Winzer¹, Robert W. Tkach¹, Andrew R. Chraplyvy¹,¹ Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent , USA.
We transmit a 406.6-Gb/s superchannel consisting of eight 37.5-GHz-spaced 32-Gbaud Nyquist-filtered PDM-BPSK signals over 12,800-km (160x80-km) EDFA-only amplified dispersion-unmanaged TWRS fiber. This result is enabled by nonlinear noise squeezing achieved through optimized digital electronic dispersion pre-compensation.
18:00 - 20:00
PDP5C • Postdeadline Session III
Presider: Shu Namiki; AIST, Japan
PDP5C.1 • 18:00
Generation of 1500-tone, 120nm-wide ultraflat frequency comb by single CW source,
Vahid Ataie¹, Bill P.-P. Kuo¹, Evgeny Myslivets¹, Stojan Radic¹,¹ Electrical and computer engineering, University of California, USA.
Dense 1500-tone frequency comb is derived from a single CW laser. Sub-2dB flatness was measured over 120 nm, with 40 dB optical signal-to-noise-ratio. The new generator uses regenerative shock formation prior to parametric mixing process.
PDP5C.2 • 18:12
Optically Reconfigurable 1x4 Silicon-on-Insulator Remote Node Switch for Access Networks,
O.Raz¹, M. Tassaert², G. Roelkens¹,², H.J.S. Dorren¹; ¹ Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands; ² INTEC, Ghent University—imec, Belgium.
Operation of an optically controlled 1x4 remote node, based on membrane InP switches and SOI waveguide circuits, is shown. Extinction ratio >25dB and penalty-free operation for 10Gb/s 231-1 PRBS data through the switch are demonstrated.
PDP5C.3 • 18:24
Four- and Eight-Port Photonic Switches Monolithically Integrated with Digital CMOS Logic and Driver Circuits,
Benjamin G. Lee¹, Alexander Rylyakov¹, William M. J. Green¹, Solomon Assefa¹, Christian W. Baks¹, Renato Rimolo-Donadio¹, Daniel Kuchta¹, Marwan Khater¹, Tymon Barwicz¹, Carol Reinholm¹, Edward Kiewra¹, Steven Shank², Clint Schow¹, Yurii A. Vlasov¹,¹ T. J. Watson Research Center, IBM, USA; ²Systems & Technology Group, Microelectronics Division, IBM, USA.
We demonstrate in a single chip a complete multiport photonic switching system using IBM 90-nm photonics-enabled CMOS. The system includes CMOS logic, switch drivers, multistage 4×4 and 8×8 photonic switch fabrics, and thermo-optic phase tuners.
PDP5C.4 • 18:36
First Monolithic GaAs IQ Electro-optic Modulator, Demonstrated at 150 Gbit/s with 64-QAM ,
Dietmar Korn¹, Philipp C. Schindler¹, Christos Stamatiadis², Matthew F. O'Keefe³, Leontios Stampoulidis4, Rene M. Schmogrow¹, Panagiotis Zakynthinos5, Robert Palmer¹, Nigel Cameron³, Yi Zhou³, Robert G. Walker³, Efstratios Kehayas4, Ioannis Tomkos5, Lars Zimmermann6, Klaus Petermann², Wolfgang Freude¹, Christian Koos¹, Juerg Leuthold¹, 7,¹ Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany; ²Joint Lab Silicon Photonics HFT4, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany; 3u2t Photonics UK Ltd, United Kingdom; 4Constelex Technology Enablers, Greece; 5Athens Information Technology Center, Greece; 6 IHP, Germany; 7 Institute of Photonic Systems, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland.
We report on the first experimental demonstration of a GaAs IQ-modulator. Data rates of up to 150 Gbit/s are generated using QPSK, 16-QAM, 32-QAM and 64-QAM on a single carrier and polarization.
PDP5C.5 • 18:48
A 400 Gb/s WDM Receiver Using a Low Loss Silicon Nitride AWG Integrated with Hybrid Silicon Photodetectors,
Michael Davenport¹, Jared Bauters¹, Molly Piels¹, Arnold Chen², Alexander Fang², John E. Bowers¹,¹ University of California, USA; ²Aurrion, Inc., USA.
A heterogeneously integrated WDM receiver based on an AWG demultiplexer and hybrid silicon/InGaAs detectors is presented in a novel platform that combines hybrid silicon components with ultra-low loss silicon nitride waveguides.
PDP5C.6 • 19:00
224-Gb/s PDM-16-QAM Modulator and Receiver based on Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuits,
Po Dong¹, Xiang Liu¹, Chandrasekhar Sethumadhavan¹, Lawrence L. Buhl¹, Ricardo Aroca², Yves Baeyens², Young-Kai Chen²,¹ Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, USA; ²Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, USA.
We demonstrate a coherent modulator and a receiver based on monolithically-integrated silicon photonic circuits, capable of modulating and detecting 224-Gb/s polarization-division-multiplexed 16-QAM. The high- degree photonic integration promises small-form-factor and low-power transceivers for future coherent systems.
PDP5C.7 • 19:12
Integrated Tunable CMOS Laser for Si Photonics,
Elton Marchena¹, Timothy Creazzo¹, Stephen B. Krasulick¹, Paul Yu¹, Derek Van Orden¹, John Y. Spann¹, Christopher C. Blivin¹, John M. Dallesasse¹, Petros Varangis¹, Robert J. Stone¹, Amit Mizrahi¹,¹ Skorpios Technologies, Inc., USA.
An integrated tunable C band laser fabricated in a commercial CMOS foundry is discussed. The laser is embedded in the silicon chip, and is hermetically sealed. Preliminary optical characterization results are presented.
PDP5C.8 • 19:24
Integrated Silicon Photonic Laser Sources for Telecom and Datacom,
Brian R. Koch¹, Erik J. Norberg¹, Byungchae Kim¹, John Hutchinson¹, Jae-Hyuk Shin¹, Gregory Fish¹, Alexander Fang¹,¹ Aurrion, Inc., USA.
We demonstrate record performance heterogeneously integrated telecom wavelength and datacom wavelength lasers, processed simultaneously on the same wafer. Tunable lasers for telecom applications and uncooled 2x8 WDM laser arrays for datacom applications are presented.
PDP5C.9 • 19:36
A 33mW 100Gbps CMOS Silicon Photonic WDM Transmitter Using Off-Chip Laser Sources ,
Xuezhe Zheng¹, Eric Chang², Ivan Shubin¹, Guoliang Li¹, Ying Luo¹, Jin Yao¹, Hiren Thacker¹, Jin-Hyoung Lee¹, Jon Lexau², Frankie Liu², Philip Amberg², Kannan Raj¹, Ron Ho¹, John E. Cunningham¹, Ashok V. Krishnamoorthy¹,¹ Oracle labs, USA; ²Oracle labs, USA.
We report an ultra-low power 100Gbps silicon photonic WDM transmitter tunable with off-chip laser sources. The hybrid CMOS transmitter consists of eight 12.6Gbps WDM channels and consumes a total on-chip power of 33mW.
PDP5C.10 • 19:48
Towards 400GBASE 4-lane Solution Using Direct Detection of MultiCAP Signal in 14 GHz Bandwidth per Lane,
Miguel Iglesias Olmedo¹, Zuo Tianjian², Jesper Bevensee Jensen¹, Zhong Qiwen², Xiaogeng Xu², Idelfonso Tafur Monroy¹,¹ DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; ²Transmission Technology Research Department, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd, China.
We report on an experimental demonstration of 102 Gbit/s transmission over a 15km single wavelength and polarization fiber link with 14GHz 3dB bandwidth. Novel multiband CAP signaling allows for a 4-lane 400GBASE long reach solution.