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Payload-envelope detection and label-detection integrated photonic circuit for asynchronous variable-length optical-packet switching with 40-gb/s RZ payloads and 10-gb/s NRZ labels

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4 Author(s)
Koch, B.R. ; Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA ; Hu, Zhaoyang ; Bowers, J.E. ; Blumenthal, D.J.

A photonic integrated circuit that performs 40-Gb/s payload-envelope detection (PED) and 10-Gb/s label detection for asynchronous variable-length optical-packet switching is demonstrated. The circuit consists of an InP photonic integrated device combined with electronic GaAs and InP devices on a carrier. Asynchronous variable-length optical packets with 40-Gb/s return-to-zero (RZ) payloads and 10-Gb/s non-RZ (NRZ) labels are processed by the circuit. The circuit outputs a PED electrical signal that represents the temporal location of the payload and a 10-Gb/s electrical signal representing the optical label. The optical label is detected error free. The PED signal has a rise/fall time of 3-ns and 150-ps jitter. The PED signal was also used to erase and rewrite the optical labels error free

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 9 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 2006

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