Experimental Verification of Rate Flexibility and Probabilistic Shaping by 4D Signaling

03/18/2018
by   Fabian Steiner, et al.
0

The rate flexibility and probabilistic shaping gain of 4-dimensional signaling is experimentally tested for short-reach, unrepeated transmission. A rate granularity of 0.5 bits/QAM symbol is achieved with a distribution matcher based on a simple look-up table.

READ FULL TEXT
POST COMMENT

Comments

There are no comments yet.

Authors

page 1

page 2

page 3

05/25/2020

Probabilistically Shaped 4-PAM for Short-Reach IM/DD Links with a Peak Power Constraint

Probabilistic shaping for intensity modulation and direct detection (IM/...
05/11/2021

Multi-dimensional Short Blocklength Probabilistic Shaping for Digital Subcarrier Multiplexing Systems

We propose multi-dimensional short blocklength probabilistic shaping to ...
01/16/2020

Prefix-Free Code Distribution Matching for 5G New Radio

We use prefix-free code distribution matching (PCDM) for rate matching (...
02/27/2019

Probabilistic Parity Shaping for Linear Codes

Linear layered probabilistic shaping (LLPS) is proposed, an architecture...
07/03/2019

Enumerative Sphere Shaping for Rate Adaptation and Reach Increase in WDM Transmission Systems

The performance of enumerative sphere shaping (ESS), constant compositio...
08/01/2019

First Experimental Demonstration of Probabilistic Enumerative Sphere Shaping in Optical Fiber Communications

We transmit probabilistic enumerative sphere shaped dual-polarization 64...
07/19/2019

End-to-end Learning for GMI Optimized Geometric Constellation Shape

Autoencoder-based geometric shaping is proposed that includes optimizing...
This week in AI

Get the week's most popular data science and artificial intelligence research sent straight to your inbox every Saturday.