40-GHz all-optical clock extraction using a semiconductor-assisted fabry-Pe/spl acute/rot filter

  title={40-GHz all-optical clock extraction using a semiconductor-assisted fabry-Pe/spl acute/rot filter},
  author={G. Contestabile and Antonio D'Errico and Marco Presi and E. Ciaramella},
  journal={IEEE Photonics Technology Letters},
We obtain 40-Gb/s all-optical clock recovery by means of a very simple scheme. We use a high finesse low-loss Fabry-Pe/spl acute/rot filter and a semiconductor optical amplifier acting as an amplitude equalizer. The recovered clock signal shows large locking range, low amplitude fluctuation, and limited time jitter. 
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