George Onishchukov

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Ultrafast lasers with high repetition rates are of considerable interest in applications such as optical fiber telecommunications, frequency metrology, high-speed optical sampling, and arbitrary waveform generation. For fiber lasers mode-locked at the cavity round-trip frequency, the pulse repetition rate is limited to tens or hundreds of megahertz by the(More)
Experimental results obtained on 10 Gb/s RZ-DPSK transmission in a recirculating fiber-loop setup have shown that nonlinear amplifying loop mirrors (NALM) can efficiently enhance system performance: cascaded phase-preserving amplitude regeneration can efficiently prevent the accumulation of amplitude and nonlinear phase noise components in such systems. It(More)
Semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) are nano-structures with three-dimensional spatial confinement of electrons and holes, representing the ultimate case of the application of the size quantization concept to semiconductor hetero-structures. The knowledge about the dynamic properties of QD semiconductor diode lasers is essential to improve the device(More)
Numerical simulations have shown a significant influence of group-velocity dispersion (GVD) of the highly nonlinear fiber on the transfer characteristics of a nonlinear amplifying loop mirror (NALM). The effect is especially strong for the anomalous dispersion regime where an interaction of GVD and self-phase modulation (SPM) leads to formation of(More)
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