A Capacity Region Outer Bound for the Two-User Dispersive Nonlinear Fiber Optical Channel

05/31/2021
by   Viswanathan Ramachandran, et al.
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We study a nonlinear fiber optical channel impaired by cross-phase modulation and dispersion from the viewpoint of an interference channel. We characterize an outer bound on the capacity region of simultaneously achievable rate pairs, assuming a two-user perturbative channel model.

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