New High Fiber Count Deep Sea Cables

Mark Tinka mark at tinka.africa
Tue Feb 2 04:59:50 UTC 2021


On 2/1/21 17:13, Rod Beck wrote:

> I think that report is a summary of the thinking that led to the new 
> higher count cables. In fact, those researchers work for the companies 
> that laid those cables.
>
> The new cables are based on the ideas outlined in that paper? spacing 
> regen farther apart, putting fewer waves on each fiber pair so 
> nonlinearities can be avoided, etc.

Exactly, especially where distances are super long.

Mark.

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