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Brown Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia,Charlottesville, Virginia 22904 USA 17 Group of Applied Physics, University of Geneva, CH-1211 Geneva 4, SwitzerlandE-mail: and Received 14 September 2015, revised 15 December 2015Accepted for publication 15 December 2015Published 3 May 2016 Abstract Lightwave communications is a necessity for the information age. Optical links provide enormousbandwidth, and the optical  󿬁 ber is the only medium that can meet the modern society's needs for transporting massive amounts of data over long distances. Applications range from global high-capacity networks, which constitute the backbone of the internet, to the massively parallel Journal of OpticsJ. Opt.  18  ( 2016 )  063002  ( 40pp )  doi:10.1088 / 2040-8978 / 18 / 6 / 063002 18 Guest editors of the roadmap.Original content from this work may be used under the termsof the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 licence. Anyfurther distribution of this work must maintain attribution to the author  ( s )  andthe title of the work, journal citation and DOI. 2040-8978 / 16 / 063002 + 40$33.00 © 2016 IOP Publishing Ltd Printed in the UK1  interconnects that provide data connectivity inside datacenters and supercomputers. Opticalcommunications is a diverse and rapidly changing  󿬁 eld, where experts in photonics, communications,electronics, and signal processing work side by side to meet the ever-increasing demands for higher capacity, lower cost, and lower energy consumption, while adapting the system design to novelservices and technologies. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of this rich research  󿬁 eld,  Journal of Optics  has invited 16 researchers, each a world-leading expert in their respective sub 󿬁 elds, tocontribute a section to this invited review article, summarizing their views on state-of-the-art andfuture developments in optical communications.Keywords: optical communication, optical  󿬁 ber, optical network, signal processing ( Some  󿬁 gures may appear in colour only in the online journal ) Contents 1. Introduction 42. History 53. Optical  󿬁 bers for next generation optical networks 74. Ampli 󿬁 cation and regeneration 95. Spatial multiplexing 116. Coherent transceivers 137. Modulation formats 158. Digital signal progressing 179. Optical signal processing 1910. Nonlinear channel modeling and mitigation 2111. Forward error correction 2312. Long-haul networks 2513. Access networks 2714. Optical communications for datacenters 2915. Optical integration and silicon photonics 3116. 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Opt.  18  ( 2016 )  063002 Roadmap  Table of acronyms ADC  analog-to-digital converter ASIC application-speci 󿬁 c integrated circuit AWGN additive white Gaussian noiseCD chromatic dispersionCMOS complementary metal-oxide semiconductor DAC digital-to-analog converter DBP digital backpropagationDC datacenter DCF dispersion compensating  󿬁 ber DCN datacenter network DD direct detectionDSF dispersion-shifted  󿬁 ber DSP digital signal processingEDFA erbium-doped  󿬁 ber ampli 󿬁 er ENOB effective number of bitsFDM frequency-division multiplexingFEC forward error correctionFWM four-wave mixingFMF few-mode  󿬁 ber FSO free space opticalHPC high-performance computing infrastructureIM intensity modulationLED light emitting diodeMCF multicore  󿬁 ber MD modal dispersionMIMO multiple-input, multiple-output NFT nonlinear Fourier transform NLSE nonlinear Schrödinger equationOFDM orthogonal frequency-division multiplexingONU optical network unit OWC optical wireless communicationPAM pulse amplitude modulationPDM polarization-division multiplexingPMD polarization-mode dispersionPON passive optical network PSK phase-shift keyingQAM quadrature amplitude modulationQC quantum communicationQKD quantum key distributionRF radio-frequencyROADM recon 󿬁 gurable optical add drop multiplexer RS Reed – SolomonSDM space-division multiplexingSNR signal-to-noise ratioSSMF standard single-mode  󿬁 ber TDM time-division multiplexingToR top of rack VCSEL vertical-cavity surface emitting laser VLC visible light communicationWDM wavelength-division multiplexing 3J. 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