RTU Telecommunications Institute at international conference "ACP 2013" in Beijing, China

RTU Institute of Telecommunications presented latest scientific research results at “Asia Communications and Photonics Conference - ACP 2013” that was held in Beijing, China, during November 12 - 15, 2013. 


Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (ACP) is the premier conference in the Asia-Pacific region on photonics and relevant technologies including photonic materials and devices, communication and network technologies, sensing technologies, biophotonic technologies, illumination technologies, photovoltaic technologies and other photonic technologies regarding energy issues. ACP has been held annually tracing back to 2001 and jointly sponsored by three USA societies (OSA, SPIE, and IEEE Photonics Society) and two Chinese societies (COS and CIC).
This year ACP 2013 conference included:
• 9 plenary talks of outstanding scientists and experts from top universities and companies;
• 650 presentations for all six Tracks including 135 invited talks and 515 accepted contributed papers (out of 673 regular submissions); 
• 5 highlighted Workshops with 48 presentations;
• 3 hot-topic Industry Forums with 34 talks;
• Technological Exhibition with 19 Exhibitors;
• 63 postdeadline-paper submissions.
The paper „A Novel Approach for Transmission of 56 Gbit/s NRZ Signal in Access Network Using Spectrum Slicing Technique”, which shows the results from a successful collaboration between researchers of RTU Institute of Telecommunications and DTU Department of Photonics Engineering, Metro-Access and Short Range Systems group was presented at this conference by Sandis Spolitis, researcher from RTU Institute of Telecommunications. Authors of this work are Sandis Spolitis, Juan Jose Vegas Olmos, Vjaceslavs Bobrovs, Girts Ivanovs and Idelfonso Tafur Monroy. 
Papers accepted for the conference will be included in IEEE Xplore Digital Library which contains nearly 3-million of full-text documents from the world highly valued journals and conference proceedings in electrical engineering, telecommunications, computer science and electronics.


RTU Institute of Telecommunications

• Sandis Spolitis, Vjaceslavs Bobrovs, Sergejs Berezins, Girts Ivanovs „Optimal Design of Spectrally Sliced ASE Seeded WDM-PON System”.

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