Black-Box Assessment of Optical Spectrum Services

09/06/2021
by   Kaida Kaeval, et al.
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A spectral sweep process is introduced to discover performance issues in optical spectrum services. We detect filtering penalty, spectral ripple/tilt and channel crosstalk in field measurements, potentially leading to increased service robustness in low-margin networks.

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