All-optical OOK to 16QAM modulation conversion based on nonlinear optical loop mirror with 1:2 coupler

@article{Huang2012AllopticalOT,
  title={All-optical OOK to 16QAM modulation conversion based on nonlinear optical loop mirror with 1:2 coupler},
  author={Guoxiu Huang and Yuji Miyoshi and Yuki Yoshida and Akihiro Maruta and Ken-ichi Kitayama},
  journal={OFC/NFOEC},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-3}
}
All-optical on-off-keying to 16 quadrature amplitude modulation conversion based on cross-phase modulation of nonlinear optical loop mirror with 1:2 coupler configuration is proposed and demonstrated at 10 Gs/s both theoretically and experimentally. 
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