OCDMA, electronic bottleneck, and challenges for fiber-optic communications

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Abstract

Optical fibre links have a great capacity potential for the point-to-point data transport. This aggregate data throughput has been further improved by implementation of data multiplexing techniques such as DWDM, OTDM, and OCDM. However fibre link capabilities becomes severely limited at the fiber links end points where the routing and switching takes place by the electronic serial data processing abilities of current CMOS electronics. Given a future where networks will need to perform ultra-high speed serial data processing all optically there will be basic requirements for all optical devices capable of performing at data rates well beyond is possible electronically today. To overcome this electronic bottleneck we have developed an ultrafast all optical photonic switch which does not suffer from the currier recovery time limitations affecting all optical switches based on Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTHE EMN MEETING ON Optoelectronics 2016
Subtitle of host publicationProgram & Abstracts
Place of PublicationPhuket, Thailand
Pages22/102
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 12 Apr 2016
EventEMN Meeting on Optoelectronics - Holiday Inn Resort Phuket, Phuket, Thailand
Duration: 12 Apr 201615 Apr 2016
http://www.emnmeeting.org/optoelectronics/2016/ (conference web site)

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ConferenceEMN Meeting on Optoelectronics
CountryThailand
CityPhuket
Period12/04/1615/04/16
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Optical switches
Fiber optics
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electronics
Dense wavelength division multiplexing
fibers
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Multiplexing
light amplifiers
Optical fibers
CMOS
Electronic equipment
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Keywords

  • OCDMA
  • electronic bottleneck
  • all optical switching

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Glesk, I. (2016). OCDMA, electronic bottleneck, and challenges for fiber-optic communications. In THE EMN MEETING ON Optoelectronics 2016 : Program & Abstracts (pp. 22/102). [A06] Phuket, Thailand.
Glesk, Ivan. / OCDMA, electronic bottleneck, and challenges for fiber-optic communications. THE EMN MEETING ON Optoelectronics 2016 : Program & Abstracts. Phuket, Thailand, 2016. pp. 22/102
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