Lattice Codes for Amplified Direct-Detection Optical Systems
(Professor Joseph M. Kahn)
In this project, we study the theory of lattice code shaping and nonequiprobable signaling for optical systems. Previous work has established results for coherent detection systems  and direct-detection systems without amplifiers .
Our work focuses on the theory of shaping and nonequiprobable signaling for amplified direct-detection systems. In such systems, the intensity-modulated signals are corrupted by the signal-spontaneous emission beat noise, which is proportional to the signal intensity.
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- D. Shiu and J. M. Kahn, "Shaping and Nonequiprobable Signaling for Intensity-Modulated Signals," IEEE Trans. Information Theory, Vol. 45, November 1999.
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