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All-optical label swapping is a promising approach to ultra-high packet-rate routing and forwarding directly in the optical layer. In this paper, we review results of the DARPA Next Generation… (More)
All-optical demultiplexing of 80-Gb/s data to 10 Gb/s is demonstrated using spectral broadening-induced by cross-phase modulation (XPM) with subsequent optical band-pass filtering. Due to the time… (More)
A robust and scalable all-optical multiplexer combining four 10-Gb/s WDM channels into one 40-Gb/s OTDM channel is presented. The multiplexer generates a coherent output data stream, which does not… (More)
A new multicasting scheme based on 1 to 8-wavelength conversion is proposed for future high-speed broadband networks. 40 Gbit/s optical time domain multiplexed (OTDM) data was used to simultaneously… (More)
40-Gb/s return-to-zero data wavelength conversion is demonstrated using cross-phase modulation in an optical fiber with subsequent conversion of phase modulation to amplitude modulation using an… (More)
We demonstrate the use of a polarization-independent dual-port filter to extract subcarrier multiplexed (SCM) data from a baseband/SCM channel while the baseband is passed through with minimal… (More)
We report transmission at 37.2 Gb/s over 200 m of multimode fibre using a directly modulated VCSEL operating at 850 nm, using 20 GHz modulation bandwidth.
The advantages of adding polarization analysis to the conventional methods for monitoring the performance of WDM systems are discussed. Measurements on a 600 km commercial WDM system performed with a… (More)
A record optical fiber gain of 70 dB was obtained in a continuous-wave pumped fiber-optical parametric amplifier. Limitations due to saturation effects from amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) and… (More)
We report experimental demonstration of a concept of subcarrier modulation with the symbol rate and carrier frequency being identical, and thereby synchronous. The concept is demonstrated with 2.5… (More)