Capacity Bounds for Optical WDM Channels with Peak Power Constraints

05/24/2022
by   Viswanathan Ramachandran, et al.
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We investigate optical WDM transmission from the standpoint of an information-theoretic interference channel. Achievable rates that outperform treating interference as noise are presented and validated using split-step Fourier method simulations.

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