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Lightwave Technology, Journal of

All aspects of optical guided-wave science, technology, and engineering in the areas of fiber and cable technologies; active and passive guided-wave componentry (light sources, detectors, repeaters, switches, fiber sensors, etc.); integrated optics and optoelectronics; systems and subsystems; new applications; and unique field trials.


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Rapid publication of original research relevant to photonics technology. This expanding field emphasizes laser and electro-optic technology, laser physics and systems, applications, and photonic/ lightwave components and applications. The journal offers short, archival publication with minimal delay.



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Self-clocking synchronized optical demultiplexing using four-wave mixing in a quantum-dot SOA

Liang Yang; Tomoya Yatsu; Motoharu Matsuura 2016 21st OptoElectronics and Communications Conference (OECC) held jointly with 2016 International Conference on Photonics in Switching (PS), 2016

We demonstrated the optical demultiplexing using self-clocking synchronization. The demultiplexing was based on four-wave mixing in a quantum-dot semiconductor optical amplifier. We successfully achieved error- free operations and low power penalties for all extracted channels.


MDRX: an ATM building block for subscribers' premises networks

L. Darcis; I. Evers; I. Claes; B. De Ceulaer; M. Heylen; J. W. Weijers Euro ASIC '92, Proceedings., 1992

Describes the design of the MDRX (multiplexing demultiplexing replicas and switching) device. The chip is a building block for asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) switching in the subscribers' premises networks (SPN) of the broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN). The circuit was fabricated in a 160 K gates 0.8 micron CMOS sea-of-gates gate array


High-speed optical time-division demultiplexer using semiconductor optical amplifiers

M. A. Ali; A. F. Elrefaie; H. Issa; S. A. Amhed Journal of Lightwave Technology, 1992

A nonlinear model for the dynamic operation of semiconductor optical amplifiers was developed using computer simulation techniques. The model is used to investigate the performance of a semiconductor optical amplifier serving as an optical gate for a high-speed optical time division demultiplexer. The performance of the amplifier as an optical gate is also shown as a function of the input ...


Simultaneous all-optical demultiplexing and regeneration based on self-phase and cross-phase modulation in a dispersion shifted fiber

Jianjun Yu; P. Jeppesen Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2001

Simultaneous demultiplexing and regeneration of 40-Gb/s optical time division multiplexed (OTDM) signal based on self-phase and cross-phase modulation in a dispersion shifted fiber is numerically and experimentally investigated. The optimal walkoff time between the control pulse and OTDM signal is obtained by numerical simulation. Our experiment also shows that it is an effective method for realizing simultaneous demultiplexing and regeneration ...


An efficient, microprocessor-based FFT implementation for FDM demultiplexing

M. K. Wyche MILCOM 91 - Conference record, 1991

The author presents an application of the FFT (fast Fourier transform) to the communications signal processing operations involved in demultiplexing a frequency-division multiplexed (FDM) signal. The inherent parallelism of the FFT algorithm is exploited to provide simultaneous down-conversion, filtering, and baseband time-domain outputs for each channel of a FDM structure. High radix and Winograd Fourier transforms are utilized to provide ...


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Self-clocking synchronized optical demultiplexing using four-wave mixing in a quantum-dot SOA

Liang Yang; Tomoya Yatsu; Motoharu Matsuura 2016 21st OptoElectronics and Communications Conference (OECC) held jointly with 2016 International Conference on Photonics in Switching (PS), 2016

We demonstrated the optical demultiplexing using self-clocking synchronization. The demultiplexing was based on four-wave mixing in a quantum-dot semiconductor optical amplifier. We successfully achieved error- free operations and low power penalties for all extracted channels.


MDRX: an ATM building block for subscribers' premises networks

L. Darcis; I. Evers; I. Claes; B. De Ceulaer; M. Heylen; J. W. Weijers Euro ASIC '92, Proceedings., 1992

Describes the design of the MDRX (multiplexing demultiplexing replicas and switching) device. The chip is a building block for asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) switching in the subscribers' premises networks (SPN) of the broadband integrated services digital network (B-ISDN). The circuit was fabricated in a 160 K gates 0.8 micron CMOS sea-of-gates gate array


High-speed optical time-division demultiplexer using semiconductor optical amplifiers

M. A. Ali; A. F. Elrefaie; H. Issa; S. A. Amhed Journal of Lightwave Technology, 1992

A nonlinear model for the dynamic operation of semiconductor optical amplifiers was developed using computer simulation techniques. The model is used to investigate the performance of a semiconductor optical amplifier serving as an optical gate for a high-speed optical time division demultiplexer. The performance of the amplifier as an optical gate is also shown as a function of the input ...


Simultaneous all-optical demultiplexing and regeneration based on self-phase and cross-phase modulation in a dispersion shifted fiber

Jianjun Yu; P. Jeppesen Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2001

Simultaneous demultiplexing and regeneration of 40-Gb/s optical time division multiplexed (OTDM) signal based on self-phase and cross-phase modulation in a dispersion shifted fiber is numerically and experimentally investigated. The optimal walkoff time between the control pulse and OTDM signal is obtained by numerical simulation. Our experiment also shows that it is an effective method for realizing simultaneous demultiplexing and regeneration ...


An efficient, microprocessor-based FFT implementation for FDM demultiplexing

M. K. Wyche MILCOM 91 - Conference record, 1991

The author presents an application of the FFT (fast Fourier transform) to the communications signal processing operations involved in demultiplexing a frequency-division multiplexed (FDM) signal. The inherent parallelism of the FFT algorithm is exploited to provide simultaneous down-conversion, filtering, and baseband time-domain outputs for each channel of a FDM structure. High radix and Winograd Fourier transforms are utilized to provide ...


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  • A 10Gb/s CMOS Clock and Data Recovery Circuit with a HalfRate Linear Phase Detector

    A 10-Gb/s phase-locked clock and data recovery circuit incorporates an interpolating voltage-controlled oscillator and a half-rate phase detector. The phase detector provides a linear characteristic while retiming and demultiplexing the data with no systematic phase offset. Fabricated in a 0.18-µm CMOS technology in an area of 1.1 x 0.9 mm2, the circuit exhibits an RMS jitter of 1 ps, a peak-to-peak jitter of 14.5 ps in the recovered clock, and a bit-error rate of 1.28 x 10-6, with random data input of length 223 - 1. The power dissipation is 72 mW from a 2.5-V supply.

  • A Monolithic 480 Mb/s Parallel AGC/Decision/ClockRecovery Circuit in 1.2m CMOS

    A parallel architecture for high-data-rate AGC/decision/clock-recovery circuit, recovering digital NRZ data in optical-fiber receivers, is described. Improvement over traditional architecture in throughput is achieved through the use of parallel signal paths. An experimental prototype, fabricated in a 1.2-µm double-poly double-metal n-well CMOS process, achieves a maximum bit rate of 480 Mb/s. The chip contains variable gain amplifiers, clock recovery, and demultiplexing circuits. It yields a HER of 10- 11 with an 18 mV p-p differential input signal. The power consumption is 900 mW from a single 5 V supply.



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