Multiplexing systems performance enhancements with all-optical signal processing

Ivan Glesk, Md Shakil Ahmed, Zifei Wang, Lawrence R. Chen

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Abstract

It is believed that an all-optical signal processing based on advanced integrated devices (passive, active or both) would play an important role in future multiplexing systems. In this paper we discuss approaches and techniques we have developed and demonstrated for improving the scalability and performance of Optical Code Division Multiplexing (OCDM).

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ConferencePhotonics North 2018
CountryCanada
CityMontreal
Period5/06/187/06/18
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Optical signal processing
Multiplexing
Scalability

Keywords

  • data multiplexing
  • ultrafast all-optical signal processing
  • dispersion management
  • silicon photonics

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Glesk, I., Ahmed, M. S., Wang, Z., & Chen, L. R. (2018). Multiplexing systems performance enhancements with all-optical signal processing. Paper presented at Photonics North 2018, Montreal, Canada.
Glesk, Ivan ; Ahmed, Md Shakil ; Wang, Zifei ; Chen, Lawrence R. / Multiplexing systems performance enhancements with all-optical signal processing. Paper presented at Photonics North 2018, Montreal, Canada.
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2018. Paper presented at Photonics North 2018, Montreal, Canada.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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