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30 ps chromatic dispersion compensation of 400 fs pulses at 100 Gbits/s in optical fibres using an all fibre photoinduced chirped reflection grating

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4 Author(s)
Kashyap, R. ; BT&D Technol. Ltd., Ipswich ; Chernikov, S.V. ; Mckee, P.F. ; Taylor, J.R.

Pulse recompression and dispersion compensation are demonstrated using 8 mm long all fibre photoinduced chirped reflection gratings at 1560 nm. Optical pulses of 400 fs at 100 Gbits/s are almost fully recompressed after undergoing broadening of ~30 ps in an optical fibre; a compression ratio of 67 is achieved

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 13 )

Date of Publication:

23 Jun 1994

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