Welcome to QAMeleon
QAMeleon is a Research and Innovation Action (RIA) program, funded by the European Commission under the Horizon2020 framework targeting the topic ICT-30-2017 – Photonics KET 2017 and the initiative of the Photonics Public Private Partnership. The project has a duration of 4 years, from 01/01/2018 until 31/12/2021, comprising a consortium of 16 partners and coordinated by Institute of Communications & Computer Systems (ICCS) National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece.
QAMeleon aims to deliver a new generation of faster, cheaper, and greener photonic devices spanning from beyond state-of-the-art transponders to novel reconfigurable add drop multiplexers (ROADMs) towards scaling core and metro networks to the next decade enabling:
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- SDN-enabled generation and reception of reconfigurable optical data-flows having increased spectral efficiency at ultra-high-speed rates up to 128 Gbaud with state-of-the-art modulation format techniques
- the development of scalable Colorless Directionless Contentionless and Gridless Reconfigurable Optical Add Drop Multiplexing (ROADM) node architectures supporting spectrum sliceability and on-demand switching reconfigurability.
QAMeleon Short Presentation
QAMeleon Video Presentation
QAMeleon project participated in ECOC2022 with an invited talk. Harry Zervos (PCRL/ICCS) presented “The QAMeleon Ecosystem: SDN-Enabled High-Speed Transceivers and Photonic Switches for the Next Generation of DCI and Metro Networks” under the session We2A “DCI and Metro Transmission Systems” and among others, he summarized the latest results acquired from the developed QAMeleon components, modules … Read more
We are glad to announce that our partner NOKIA Bell Labs will present a post deadline paper at ECOC2022. The paper is entitled “First 260-GBd Single-Carrier Coherent Transmission over 100 km Distance Based on Novel Arbitrary Waveform Generator and Thin-Film Lithium Niobate I/Q Modulator” and it demonstrates a record 260-GBd DP-QPSK coherent transmission over 100-km … Read more