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All-optical reshaping at 160-Gbit/s using a passive saturable absorber-based microcavity device

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6 Author(s)
Fatome, J. ; LPUB-CNRS - 9 av. Alain Savary, 21078 Dijon, France - jfatome@u-bourgogne.fr ; Pitois, S. ; Kamagate, A. ; Massoubre, D.
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A passive all-optical switching gate has been used to regenerate the zero levels of a "...01010101..." 160-Gbit/s bit pattern at 1561 nm. An extinction ratio enhancement up to 11 dB is demonstrated through autocorrelation measurements.

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Optical Communications, 2006. ECOC 2006. European Conference on

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24-28 Sept. 2006