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Wavelength conversion of polarization-scrambled 10-Gb/s on-off keyed and differential phase-shift-keyed signals for which the pulse format was 33% return-to-zero, has been achieved by partially… (More)
We describe an all-optical 80-Gb/s time-division demultiplexer, which utilizes cross-phase modulation in a commercial photonic crystal fiber. Compared to back-to-back 10-Gb/s measurements, the… (More)
The homodyne-detected transient four-wave-mixing response of InAs/GaAs self-assembled quantum dots shows temporal oscillations of the optically induced Raman coherence arising from two entangled… (More)
We present a theoretical, numerical, and experimental investigation of the polarization dependence of cross-phase modulation in nonlinear birefringent fibers. Two new methods are described for… (More)
We report a new method for polarization-independent optical demultiplexing that uses cross-phase modulation (XPM) in nonlinear fiber. Using this technique, we achieved error-free 160- to 10-Gb/s… (More)
We investigate the impact of XPM-induced penalties on a RZ-DPSK channel due to NRZ-ASK neighbors in a WDM transmission system, and examine the dependence on channel spacing and launch polarization.
The impact of varying the pulse format as well as the data format of side channels on a differential binary phase-shift-keyed (DBPSK) center channel, as a function of channel spacing and propagation… (More)
We present field measurements of timing jitter induced by intrachannel cross-phase modulation on an installed terrestrial fiber link. The measured jitter is strongly dependent on the arrangement of… (More)
We present a simple procedure which allows us to correct the Q-factor in presence of pattern dependence. We are able to accurately describe the Q-factor over almost 20 dB of dynamic range.
We have investigated the system performance of a mostly Raman-amplified, polarization scrambled recirculating fiber loop. The lone EDFA characteristics dominate the Q-factor distributions, indicating… (More)