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ElectroAbsorption Modulated Laser Integrated with a Semiconductor Optical Amplifier for 100-km 10.3 Gb/s Dispersion-Penalty-Free Transmission

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11 Author(s)
Ngo, M.N. ; Commun. & Electron. Dept., TELECOM ParisTech, Paris, France ; Nguyen, H.T. ; Gosset, C. ; Erasme, D.
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We report, for the first time, a transmission experiment over standard fiber at 1.55 μ m using an electroabsorption modulated laser (EML) integrated with a semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA). We show clearly that negative pre-chirped signals can be obtained by adjusting both modulator and amplifier driving parameters. Negative chirp operation is evaluated through small-signal chirp measurement as well as through time-resolved dynamic chirp measurement. Signal chirp control at emission enhances transmission and increases optical reach. Thanks to the SOA gain and chirp compensation for modulator loss and chirp, dispersion-penalty-free with clear open eye diagrams over 100 km of optical fiber at 10.3 Gb/s is achieved. A transmission up to 125 km is also obtained. This novel fully integrated EML-SOA is very promising as a high-performance, compact and low-cost optical transmitter for the future access-metropolitan network convergence.

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 2 )

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Jan.15, 2013

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