Generation, Detection, and Transmission of Terabit/s and Higher “Channel” Rates using Multicarrier Solutions

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Sponsored by : the IEEE NJ Coast: Women In Engineering,  ED/MTT/Photonics Chapter, and The Education Society Chapter


 

Parallel data processing has been the backbone of the computer industry to deliver high throughput since the time CPU speeds maxed out. Today, optical transmission technology is following the computer industry’s footsteps and adopting optical parallelism to address today’s needs to deliver Terabit/s “channel” data rates over long distances. Spectral “Superchannels” are now being deployed worldwide, using mature technologies at lower speeds. This talk will elaborate on the generation, detection, and transmission characteristics of such “superchannels” and examine their role in the context of the emerging “flex-grid” optical networks. 



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  • 613 Hope Rd
  • #1
  • Eatontown, New Jersey
  • United States 07724
  • Building: Maurizio Pizzeria

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  Speakers

Dr. S. Chandrasekhar of Alcatel-Lucent

Parallel data processing has been the backbone of the computer industry to deliver high throughput since the time CPU speeds maxed out. Today, optical transmission technology is following the computer industry’s footsteps and adopting optical parallelism to address today’s needs to deliver Terabit/s “channel” data rates over long distances. Spectral “Superchannels” are now being deployed worldwide, using mature technologies at lower speeds. This talk will elaborate on the generation, detection, and transmission characteristics of such “superchannels” and examine their role in the context of the emerging “flex-grid” optical networks. 

Biography:

S. Chandrasekhar received the Ph.D. degrees in physics from the University of Bombay, Bombay, India, in 1985. He joined Bell Labs in 1986. He initially worked on compound semiconductor devices for high-speed optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEIC's) and later in WDM Optical Networking at 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s. His current interests include coherent optical transmission systems for high spectral efficiency transport and networking beyond 100Gb/s, multi-carrier superchannels, and electronic digital signal processing for software-defined transponders. He is a DMTS at Bell Labs, a Fellow of the IEEE, a member of the IEEE Photonics Society and a Fellow of the Optical Society of America He was awarded the IEEE LEOS Engineering Achievement for 2000 and the OSA Engineering Excellence Award for 2004 for his contributions to OEICs and WDM systems research.

Dr. S. Chandrasekhar of Alcatel-Lucent

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Dr. S. Chandrasekhar of Alcatel-Lucent

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Agenda

  • 11:30 Registration
  • 12:00 Preesntation and Lunch
  • 1:00 Networking