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[2012]
141.[] 400 Gbit/s Frequency-Division-Multiplexed and Polarization-Multiplexed 256 QAM-OFDM Transmission over 400 km with a Spectral Efficiency of 14 bit/s/Hz.[Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC2012),(2012),OM2A.7-]T. Omiya, K. Toyoda, M. Yoshida, and M. Nakazawa
142.[] Bandwidth and distance dependences of depolarization-induced crosstalk in polarization-multiplexed transmission.[Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC2012),(2012),JW2A.44-]T. Hirooka, K. Harako, P. Guan, and M. Nakazawa
143.[] Measurement of Mode Couplings along a Multi-Core Fiber Using a Multi-Channel OTDR.[Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC2012),(2012),OTh3I.3-]M. Nakazawa, M. Yoshida, and T. Hirooka
144.[] Extremely Advanced Transmission with 3M Technologies (Multi-level Modulation, Multi-core & Multi-mode).[Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC2012),(2012),OTu1D.1-]M. Nakazawa
145.[] 64 QAM real-time coherent transmission using FPGA-based receiver.[IEICE Trans. Comm.,J95-B(3),(2012),405-413]M. Yoshida, T. Omiya, K. Kasai, and M. Nakazawa
146.[] Single-Carrier 800-Gb/s 32 RZ/QAM Coherent Transmission Over 225 km Employing a Novel RZ-CW Conversion Technique.[IEEE Photon. Technol. Lett.,24(5),(2012),416-418]K. Kasai, D. O. Otuya, M. Yoshida, T. Hirooka, and M. Nakazawa
147.[] Ultrafast coherent optical communication.[IEEE J. Sel. Top. Quantum Electron.,18(1),(2012),363-376]M. Nakazawa, T. Hirooka, M. Yoshida, and K. Kasai
148.[] Ultrahigh-speed “orthogonal” TDM transmission with an optical Nyquist pulse train.[Opt. Express,20(2),(2012),1129-1140]M. Nakazawa, T. Hirooka, P. Ruan, and P. Guan
[2011]
149.[] A 10 GHz 1.1 ps Regeneratively Mode-Locked Yb Fiber Laser in the 1.1 μm Band.[Opt. Express,19(25),(2011),25426-25432]K. Koizumi, M. Yoshida, T. Hirooka, and M. Nakazawa
150.[] Novel RZ-CW conversion scheme for ultra multi-level, high-speed coherent OTDM transmission.[Opt. Express,19(26),(2011),B574-B580]M. Nakazawa, K. Kasai, M. Yoshida, and T. Hirooka
151.[] 2.56 Tbit/s/ch Polarization-Multiplexed DQPSK Transmission over 300 km Using Time-Domain Optical Fourier Transformation.[Opt. Express,19(26),(2011),B567-B573]P. Guan, T. Hirano, K. Harako, Y. Tomiyama, T. Hirooka, and M. Nakazawa
152.[] 1070 nm passively mode-locked ytterbium-doped fiber solition laser with SWNT/PMMA saturable absorber.[17th Microoptics Conference (MOC’11),(2011),H-18-]Y. Hori, Z. Zhang, and M. Nakazawa
153.[] 10 GHz, 1.1 ps pulse generation from a harmonically and regeneratively mode-locked Yb fiber laser at 1.1 μm.[17th Microoptics Conference (MOC’11),(2011),H-22-]K. Koizumi, M. Yoshida, T. Hirooka, and M. Nakazawa
154.[] Absolute frequency stabilization of a laser diode based on triple ring resonators to an C2H2 absorption line.[17th Microoptics Conference (MOC’11),(2011),G-4-]K. Kasai, M. Nakazawa, and H. Yamazaki
155.[] Absolutely optical-frequency-stabilized cesium optical atomic clock.[17th Microoptics Conference (MOC’11),(2011),B-2-]M. Yoshida, F. Suzuki, T. Morisaki, and M. Nakazawa
156.[] CNT-based mode-locked lasers.[17th Microoptics Conference (MOC’11),(2011),E-2-]M. Nakazawa
157.[] “Multi” is everywhere.[Chitose International Forum on Photonics Science & Technology,(2011)]M. Nakazawa
158.[] Comparison between polarization-multiplexed DPSK and single-polarization DQPSK in 640 Gbaud, 1.28 Tbit/s–500 km single-channel transmission.[Opt. Fiber Technol.,17(5),(2011),439-444]Y. Tomiyama, K. Harako, P. Guan, T. Hirooka, and M. Nakazawa
159.[] PMD-induced crosstalk in ultrahigh-speed polarization-multiplexed optical transmission in the presence of PDL.[J. Lightwave Technol.,29(19),(2011),2963-2970]T. Hirooka, T. Hirano, P. Guan, and M. Nakazawa
160.[] 2.56 Tbit/s/ch Polarization-mutliplexed DQPSK Transmission over 300 km Using Time-domain optical Fourier Transformation.[European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC2011),(2011),We.10.P1.80-]P. Guan, T. Hirano, K. Harako, Y. Tomiyama, T. Hirooka, and M. Nakazawa
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