Increase spectral efficiency in coherent optical communication
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Skype had an average of 124 million connected users per month in the second quarter of 2010. People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook. According to Cisco VNI, the global mobile data traffic will increase 26-fold between 2010 and 2015, reaching 6.3 exabytes per month by 2015.
To handle all this data and signaling, network and service provider need to adapt their networks. Using the existent fiber-optic links more effectively seems to be the most economical approach. Increasing the spectral efficiency will therefore play a major role in the future.
This web seminar proposes some ways how to face these challenges from the test and measurement perspective. Additionally some time will be spent on highlighting the latest developments in the test instrumentation area.
Who should attend?
Engineers in manufacturing, R&D and education who are working on generation communication networks for the upcoming Terabit Era.
Related product information
- N4391A Optical Modulation Analyzer
- M8190A 12 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator
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Dr. Bernd Nebendahl (R&D Project Manager and Senior Engineer, Digital Photonic Test)
Bernd joined Agilent Technologies in 2000 as R&D engineer in the Optical Communication Measurement Division and has worked on various R&D projects before. He holds numerous patents in the area of fiber optic test. Currently, Bernd is responsible for bringing to market the first commercially available optical complex modulation analyzer capable of testing multiple modulation formats.
Bernd was born in Stuttgart, Germany in 1966 and received a PhD in physics from the University of Stuttgart, he is currently based in Böblingen, Germany.
René Schmogrow (PHD-Student, Institute of Photonic and Quantumelectronics (IPQ) of the KarIsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))
René started his studies of electrical engineering with a major in communications technology at the University of Cooperative Education (BA) Karlsruhe in 2004. He graduated as best in class. In 2007 he started his master studies with major in optics and photonics at the University of Karlsruhe in the framework of the Karlsruhe School of Optics and Photonics (KSOP). With his master thesis in “Implementation of an OFDM capable Multiformat Transmitter” he is now continuing his research in the same field as a PHD-Student for the Institute of Photonic and Quantumelectronics (IPQ) of the KarIsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany.
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