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A REAMSOA chip is characterized as part of an ONU in single-pass and then bidirectional upstream 10 Gbit/s PON configurations. Chromatic dispersion and Rayleigh backscattering impacts are assessed.
Error-free colorless WDM-PON downstream over 25 km for 16 channels with 85 GHz channel spacing is experimentally demonstrated at 2.5 Gbit/s, using an injection-locked Fabry-Perot laser and a quantum… (More)
Principles of 2R and 3R optical regeneration for long haul transmission systems are presented, and recirculation loop assessment experiments of this technique are reviewed and discussed.
We review a number of methods to assess the efficiency of a regenerator. Back-to-back characterization gives some information of the possible regenerative properties of the device but do not… (More)
A 10 Gbit/s PON based on TDM was demonstrated using a continuous block receiver in the ONU. 50 km fibre was implemented and a maximum budget of 22 dB was achieved. A dynamic range of 16.5 dB was… (More)
This paper presents our work carried out in the col orless-component technologies for high bit-rate optical access networks, which are based on WDM-PON (wavelength division multiplexed passive… (More)
This paper presents a simple and effective 80 Gb/s wavelength conversion scheme by using Cross Gain Modulation in a Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers (SOA) in conjunction with filtering the blue… (More)
This letter presents the cascadability assessment and the noise tolerance characterization of an all-optical 2R regenerator based on saturable absorption and nonlinear effects in fiber. The impact of… (More)
The work we present here builds on recent work where we obtained 80 Gb/s error free performance using cross phase modulation (XPM) in an SOA in conjunction with a blue shifted bandpass filter. Here… (More)
This paper theoretically studies a new 3R all-optical regenerator at 10 Gbit/s, showing how degraded data can be regenerated. Such a study could be useful in the device use in all-optical signal… (More)