Pulse Amplitude Shaping for QAM and PAM Modulation Schemes
Probabilistic pulse amplitude shaping (PAS) is demonstrated for QAM and PAM modulation schemes for single and dual polarization. The PAS scheme can be used for standard and nonstandard PAMm techniques where m is an integer that could be 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8, or user defined bit-to-symbol mapping. Polarization compensation exploiting signal manipulation in the Stokes space is applied for the dual-polarization multiplexed signals. Local and global optimization algorithms are implemented to allow users find optimum parameters for adaptive equalization in the DSP.
Kayden Kaller, Optical Scientist, Optiwave Systems
Kayden is an Optical Scientist part of the OptiSystem software team at Optiwave Systems Inc, and is focusing on the development of software tools for modern optical modulation techniques. He has a BASc. degree from Queen’s University in Engineering Chemistry, and a MASc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Ottawa.
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