Components and Subsystems

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II-VI commits to greener manufacturing

Optoelectronic component manufacturer II‐VI is to power all of its European facilities with 100 per cent renewable electricity sources.

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High notes

When it comes to baud rates, is higher always better?

Fibre networks have allowed 5G trials to take place across areas of South Africa such as Port Elizabeth (MD_Photography/Shutterstock.com)

Africa 2030

Kithinji Muriungi of KamsHub presented at this year’s OFC, focusing on how fibre technology in Africa might look in 2030

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO HIGHER BAUD RATES

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Since its emergence in the late 2000s, coherent technology has undergone several transitions. First it went from 40G to 100G, then from hard-decision forward error correction (FEC) to soft-decision FEC, and finally from single-rate interfaces to flexible-rate interfaces with additional modulation schemes such as 8QAM (150 Gb/s) and 16QAM (200 Gb/s). 

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A passion for metro

Panelists from Polimi, CTTC, TUE and The University Carlos III of Madrid give their views on the future multi Tb/S metro network

The magic number

With advances in silicon technology gathering pace, Keely Portway discovers three main ways they are being leveraged to enable the evolution of coherent optical engines

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