Come visit CAILabs (Booth #5732) during the OFC Conference and Exhibition that will take place at the San Diego Convention Center.
We will present PROTEUS, the best available spatial multiplexer from SDM, OAM or FSO research.
Don’t miss the opportunity to talk to our experts!
Attend the post-deadline presentation
Attend the post-deadline presentation by Guillaume Labroille, CTO at Cailabs, of our latest 45-mode selective spatial multiplexers on Thursday 15th, session II, at 4:30 PM
PROTEUS by Cailabs is the best available spatial multiplexer from SDM, OAM or FSO research. Featured in two versions, Standard PROTEUS-S or Custom-made PROTEUS-C, the platform can meet all your needs for mode division multiplexing research and development from entry-level to the most advanced demands.
Don’t miss these presentations based on Cailabs’ technology!
Few-mode and Multicore Amplifiers for SDM Transmissions, (Invited Paper)
Tuesday, 13th at 5:00PM, session Tu3B.2, Room 1B
Laurent Bigot, Jean-Baptiste Trinel, Geraud Bouwmans, Esben Ravn Andresen, Yves Quiquempois; CNRS – Universite Lille 1, PhLAM, France.
The optical performances of few-mode and multicore fiber amplifiers will strongly influence the future of SDM for long-haul transmission. We review this topic with a special focus on a new generation of few-mode erbium-doped fiber.
Effect of Limited Aperture Size on a Retro-reflected Communication Link between a Ground Station and a UAV using Multiplexing of Orbital angular-momentum Beams
Tuesday, 13th at 3:00PM, session Tu2I.4, Room 8
Long Li1, Runzhou Zhang1, Peicheng Liao1, Hao Song1, Kaiheng Zou1, Guodong Xie1, Zhe Zhao1, Cong Liu1, Haoqian Song1, Kai Pang1, Guillaume Labroille2, Pu Jian2, Dmitry Starodubov1, Brittany Lynn3, Robert Bock4, Moshe Tur5, Alan E. Willner1; 1Univ. of Southern California, USA; 2CAILabs, France; 3Space & Naval Warfare Systems Center, USA; 4R-dEX System, USA; 5School of Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv Univ., Israel.
We experimentally demonstrate and investigate the effect of limited aperture size on a 200-gbit/s retro-reflected free-space optical link between a ground station and a UAV up to ~100-m roundtrip distance by multiplexing 2 OAM beam