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1.02 Tbit/s (51-wavelength each at 20 Gbit/s) dense WDM (0.4 nm channel-spacing) soliton transmission over 1000 km of standard step-index fiber with 100 lan (21 dB loss) amplifier spans was successfully achieved for the first time.
We report on the first demonstration of controllable carbon doping of graphene to engineer local electronic properties of a graphene conduction channel using focused electron beam induced deposition (FEBID). Electrical measurements indicate that an "n-p-n" junction on graphene conduction channel is formed by partial carbon deposition near the source and… (More)
40-Gbit/s single-wavelength alternate polarization soliton field experiment was performed on a dispersion-shifted fiber installed cable 500 km long. Comparison with an equivalent fiber installed in laboratory showed that the main impairment was due to the polarization-mode dispersion.
Interfacial contact of two-dimensional graphene with three-dimensional metal electrodes is crucial to engineering high-performance graphene-based nanodevices with superior performance. Here, we report on the development of a rapid "nanowelding" method for enhancing properties of interface to graphene buried under metal electrodes using a focused electron… (More)
Herein, we report a novel approach for the design of a colorimetric aptasensor based on functionalized gold nanoparticle probes. This approach relies on the conjugation of nanoparticles by two functional DNA and RNA hairpins that engage specific kissing (loop-loop) interactions in response to the addition of a small analyte ligand, leading to particle… (More)