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Impact of Burst Header Length in the Performance of a 10 Gb/s Digital Burst Mode Receiver

Mendinueta, JMD; Bayvel, P; Thomsen, BC; (2009) Impact of Burst Header Length in the Performance of a 10 Gb/s Digital Burst Mode Receiver. In: OFC: 2009 CONFERENCE ON OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION, VOLS 1-5. (pp. 2376 - 2378). IEEE

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Abstract

We show that the burst header length must be greater than 64 bits to ensure that the PER is better than 10(-2) over the entire 7dB burst-to-burst dynamic range of the digital burst mode receiver. (C)2008 Optical Society of America

Type:Proceedings paper
Title:Impact of Burst Header Length in the Performance of a 10 Gb/s Digital Burst Mode Receiver
Event:Conference on Optical Fiber Communication (OFC 2009)
Location:San Diego, CA
Dates:2009-03-22 - 2009-03-26
ISBN-13:978-1-4244-2606-5
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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