MODE-GAP, the European collaborative R&D project, which is investigating space-division multiplexing (SDM; or using afew-mode optical fiber’s separate spatial modes to carry separate data channels) to ...Read More
Researchers at TU Eindhoven demonstrate record data transmission over a specially fabricated fibre Achieved throughput of 255 Terabits/s is more than 20 times better than ...Read More
The MODEGAP project is continuously show-casing that mode-division multiplexing technology can improve the capacity of optical transmission systems greatly. After demonstrating the largest capacity transmitted ...Read More
MissionThe Mode-Gap project targets the 100 fold enhancement of the overall capacity of broadband core networks, and seeks to provide Europe with a lead in the development of the next generation internet infrastructure that will soon be desperately needed if we are to keep pace with society’s ever increasing data-transmission requirements.