Demos push 40-Gbit/sec transmission

Hardy, Stephen
July 1999
Lightwave;Jul99, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p27
Trade Publication
Focuses on the breakthroughs developed by Pirelli Cables and Systems company and AT&T Labs company on 40-Gigabit/second time-division multiplexing capability. Details on the key laboratory demonstrations of both company; Information on the dispersion-compensating techniques; Significant role of economics on the technology.


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