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Investigation of 43-Gb/s Transmission With a Wavelength Preserving SOA-Based Optical Regenerator

Gavioli, G; Bayvel, P; (2009) Investigation of 43-Gb/s Transmission With a Wavelength Preserving SOA-Based Optical Regenerator. IEEE PHOTONIC TECH L , 21 (14) 1014 - 1016. 10.1109/LPT.2009.2021957.

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Abstract

Transmission with cascaded optical regeneration based on synchronous modulation combined with optical reshaping by cross-gain compression in a semiconductor optical amplifier is investigated at 43 Gb/s over transoceanic distances (10 000 km). The proposed optical regenerator configuration performs signal reshaping and retiming while preserving the input signal wavelength. The regenerator cascadability properties are investigated using a reconfigurable loop to assess the impact of different inter-regeneration spacing on the transmission signal properties.

Type:Article
Title:Investigation of 43-Gb/s Transmission With a Wavelength Preserving SOA-Based Optical Regenerator
DOI:10.1109/LPT.2009.2021957
Keywords:Optical regeneration, semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs), transmission, wavelength conversion, CONVERSION
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering

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