High-speed, high-capacity solutions for transoceanic and regional submarine networks
Vascade® Optical Fiber
Vascade® Optical Fiber
Vascade® optical fibers provide the performance and reliability required in all undersea networks, up to transoceanic distances, enabling high-speed and high-capacity submarine solutions. Vascade fibers all share the fundamental characteristics of superior mechanical reliability and outstanding optical performance. When required, optical fiber coloring and high precision splicing occurs in a clean room environment.
Vascade EX3000 fiber is an ultra-low loss and very large area-effective silica core fiber optimized for high-bit-rate repeatered submarine systems; ITU-T Recommendation G.654.D compliant.
Vascade EX2000 fiber is an ultra-low loss and large area-effective silica core fiber optimized for most submarine systems, including linear SDM systems; ITU-T Recommendation G.654.B and G.654.D compliant.
Vascade® Optical Fiber Product Specification Sheet
- Submarine Cable Capacities Of C+C and C+L Systems
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- High-spectral-efficiency transmission of PDM 256-QAM with Parallel Probabilistic Shaping at Record Rate-Reach Trade-offs
- 65 Tb/s Transoceanic Transmission Using Probabilistically-Shaped PDM-64QAM
- Maximum Capacities in Submarine Cables With Fixed Power Constraints for C-Band, C+L-Band, and Multicore Fiber Systems
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- Maximum Submarine Cable Capacity Analysis with C-Band, C+L-Band, and Multicore Fiber C-Band
- Probabilistically shaped PDM 4096-QAM transmission over up to 200 km of fiber using standard intradyne detection
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- Optical Fibers for Flexible Networks
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- Quasi-single-mode Fiber Transmission for Submarine Systems
- 100G unrepeatered transmission over 626.8 km with a span loss in excess of 100 dB
- Towards Superior Transmission Performance in Submarine Systems: Leveraging UltraLow Attenuation and Large Effective Area
- Reduction of Splice Loss Between Fibers with Dissimilar Effective Areas