Single-chip , widely-tunable 10 Gbit = s photocurrent-driven wavelength converter incorporating a monolithically integrated laser transmitter and optical receiver

@inproceedings{Sysak2000SinglechipW,
  title={Single-chip , widely-tunable 10 Gbit = s photocurrent-driven wavelength converter incorporating a monolithically integrated laser transmitter and optical receiver},
  author={Matthew N. Sysak and James W. Raring and Jonathon S. Barton and M. Dummer and Anna Tauke-Pedretti and Henrik N. Poulsen and Daniel J. Blumenthal and L. A. Coldren},
  year={2000}
}
A single-chip photocurrent-driven wavelength converter operating at 10 Gbit=s is presented. The device consists of a monolithically integrated widely tunable transmitter and an optical receiver. The transmitter consists of a sampled grating DBR laser, electroabsorption modulator and semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA). The optical receiver includes a quantum-well pin photodetector and a set of two SOA preamplifiers. Bit error rate measurements at 10 Gbit=s with a 2 1 PRBS showed less than 1… CONTINUE READING
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