Sunday, March 3, 2019
4:00 PM -
Cristian Antonelli, Universita degli Studi dell'Aquila, Italy; Robert Killey, University College London, UK; Lilin Yi, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Anticipated traffic requirements for future metro and access applications seem to exceed the scaling capabilities of conventional intensity-modulation (IM) direct-detection (DD) systems. Various advanced DD systems, which include single-sideband modulation with digital signal-signal beating cancellation, Stokes receivers, and Kramers-Krönig receivers, have been recently proposed. These systems, which to various extents rely on the use of digital signal processing, offer increased throughput compared to IMDD systems, and require simpler optical hardware compared to coherent systems. On the other hand, coherent systems have the best cost-per-bit when Terabits per second per transceiver rates are targeted.
This workshop aims primarily to address the question of whether advanced DD systems will ever be realistically considered for commercial metro, access, and data center systems, or whether eventually coherent technology will just take over.
Joseph M. Kahn, Stanford University, USA
Sensitivity and Power Consumption of Direct Detection and Coherent Receivers for Intra- and Inter-data Center Systems
Mark Filer, Microsoft Corp., USA
From 100G to 400G in the DCI: Is Direct-detect a Fit?
Christian Rasmussen, Acacia Communications Inc., USA
Never Change a Winning Team
Annika Dochhan, Adva Optical Networking, Germany
Title not Provided
David Plant, McGill University, Canada
Title not Provided
Roberto Gaudino, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Challenges of Coherent in Passive Optical Networks
Domaniç Lavery, University College London, UK
Reduced Complexity Coherent Transceivers for Optical Access
Takuo Tanemura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Low-cost Transceivers for Multi-dimensional Stokes-vector and Coherent Transmission
Philippe Chanclou, Orange Labs LLC, France
Operator View of Future FTTx Receiver
Hacene Caouch, Arista Networks, USA
Metro in the Age of Coherent in Client Form Factors
Vivian Chen, Nokia Bell Labs, USA
Can Advanced Direct-detection Systems be More Attractive Than Coherent: A Perspective on Receiver Hardware Complexity
Tianwai Bo, KAIST, Korea
Is Kramers-Kronig Transceiver more Cost-effective Than Coherent One?
Zhe Li, Finisar, USA
Transceiver Requirements for Metro, and Predictions of Which Scenarios Coherent and DD Respectively Will be Used in the Future - Based on throughout and Reach Product
Qunbi Zhuge, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Advanced Direct Detection vs. Coherent for Short and Medium Reach Applications