Huawei's coherent CDMA metro optical transmission
prototype supports access of 32 nodes on a single wavelength, to allow the same wavelength to be shared by multiple nodes by allocating different orthogonal spreading codes to each node.
After the optical transmission
path, a modeling is going on by a demodulator block, in which the signal after passing through the optical path model is entering [12-15].
The key technologies that enabled ultra-high speed optical transmission
of 400Gbps-class/channel are as follows.
The optical transmission
network to be constructed will pass through Hubei and Sichuan provinces and Chongqing Municipality, covering 55 stations and 1,500 kilometres.
As a pioneer in Beyond-100G technology, ZTE has been creating new 400G single-carrier transmission records to lay a solid foundation for researches on single-carrier higher-rate optical transmission
The joint research will enable ultra-high-speed 400Gbps-class optical transmissions
through the use of dual-polarization quadrature phase shift keying (DP-QPSK)(3), which is currently in use for 100Gbps transmissions, together with dual-polarization 16 quadrature amplitude modulation (DP-16QAM)(4), which takes advantage of an even greater number of quadrature carriers.
The 1FINITY platform is a new optical transmission
system that disaggregates each function-transport, lambda, switch, and access-into individual 1RU(4) blades.
The dissemination of optical access networks that directly connect households via optical fibers and the construction of next generation networks have led to a increasing demand for greater capacity in inter-city optical transmission
The second technology enables the wireless system to automatically choose between optical transmission
and radio transmission, depending on application environments.
LightPointe, a designer and manufacturer of carrier-class optical transmission
equipment using Free-Space Optical (FSO) technology, has announced a strategic alliance with Texas Instruments, enabling development of new FSO systems.