The impact of phase conjugation on the nonlinear Shannon limit: the difference between optical and electrical phase conjugation

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We show that optical and electrical phase conjugation enable effective nonlinear compensation. The impact of polarization mode dispersion and finite processing bandwidth on the ultimate limits are also considered. These data support the publication of the same title.

Funding: EPSRC (EP/J017582/1, EP/L000091/1), European Commission (7FP/2007-2013), The Royal Society

Projects: UNLOC, PEACE, FOX-C
Date made available5 May 2015
PublisherAston Data Explorer
Date of data production22 Feb 2015 - 21 Mar 2015

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  • 1 Conference contribution

The impact of phase conjugation on the nonlinear-Shannon limit: the difference between optical and electrical phase conjugation

Ellis, A. D., Le, S. T., Al-Khateeb, M. A. Z., Turitsyn, S. K., Liga, G., Lavery, D., Xu, T. & Bayvel, P., 9 Sep 2015, Summer topicals meeting series, SUM 2015. IEEE, p. 209-210 2 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference publication

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    Ellis, A. D. (Creator), Le, T. S. (Creator), Lavery, D. (Creator), Turitsyn, S. (Creator) (5 May 2015). The impact of phase conjugation on the nonlinear Shannon limit: the difference between optical and electrical phase conjugation. Aston Data Explorer. 10.17036/Ellis_20150429_A01