Exploring Channel Probing to Determine Coherent Optical Transponder Configurations in a Long-Haul Network

07/13/2021
by   Kaida Kaeval, et al.
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We use channel probing to determine the best transponder configurations for spectral services in a long-haul production network. An estimation accuracy better than +/- 0,7dB in GSNR margin is obtained for lightpaths up to 5738km.

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