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Lightwave Technology, Journal of

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Optical subcarrier-multiplexing for output-port contention resolution

O. H. Adamczyk; S. A. Havstad; A. B. Sahin; M. C. Cardakli; S. Lee; A. E. Willner IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2000

We demonstrate an all-optical contention resolution technique that combines two identical-wavelength contending 2.5 Gbit/s channels into the same output- port wavelength channel. This is achieved by optically up-converting one channel to a higher microwave frequency beyond the other channel's baseband signal and routing both channels out the desired output-port wavelength channel simultaneously. By using narrow (/spl sim/5 GHz) fiber Fabry-Perot ...


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 ...


ISDN: from custom to commodity service

G. Pettersson IEEE Spectrum, 1995

With a toehold in specialized applications, ISDN is poised for takeoff as the all-digital telephony service affordable by everyone. ISDN has been on the worldwide telecommunications agenda for the last decade and is one of the most important junctions of the Information Superhighway. Despite early satire of the network as the Interface Subscribers Don't Need, operators have diligently brought it ...


Doubling of bandwidth utilization using two orthogonal polarizations and power unbalancing in a polarization-division-multiplexing scheme

M. I. Hayee; M. C. Cardakli; A. B. Sahin; A. E. Willner IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2001

We propose and experimentally implement a method of demultiplexing two data channels, which were multiplexed using orthogonal polarizations on the same wavelength in a power ratio of 1:2 in order to double the bandwidth utilization in the fiber. Our technique facilitates the straightforward decoding of the two data channels and does not require the demultiplexing of the two orthogonal polarizations ...


Numerical study of the implications of size nonuniformities in the performance of photonic crystal couplers using coupled mode theory

T. Kamalakis; T. Sphicopoulos IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 2005

Photonic crystals (PCs) are a promising technology for the realization of high-density optical integrated circuits. PC-based couplers have been proposed as a compact means of achieving wavelength multiplexing and demultiplexing. However, the performance of such devices can be limited by fabrication imperfections such as rod size nonuniformities. In this paper, coupled mode theory (CMT) is applied in order to study ...


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Optical subcarrier-multiplexing for output-port contention resolution

O. H. Adamczyk; S. A. Havstad; A. B. Sahin; M. C. Cardakli; S. Lee; A. E. Willner IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2000

We demonstrate an all-optical contention resolution technique that combines two identical-wavelength contending 2.5 Gbit/s channels into the same output- port wavelength channel. This is achieved by optically up-converting one channel to a higher microwave frequency beyond the other channel's baseband signal and routing both channels out the desired output-port wavelength channel simultaneously. By using narrow (/spl sim/5 GHz) fiber Fabry-Perot ...


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 ...


ISDN: from custom to commodity service

G. Pettersson IEEE Spectrum, 1995

With a toehold in specialized applications, ISDN is poised for takeoff as the all-digital telephony service affordable by everyone. ISDN has been on the worldwide telecommunications agenda for the last decade and is one of the most important junctions of the Information Superhighway. Despite early satire of the network as the Interface Subscribers Don't Need, operators have diligently brought it ...


Doubling of bandwidth utilization using two orthogonal polarizations and power unbalancing in a polarization-division-multiplexing scheme

M. I. Hayee; M. C. Cardakli; A. B. Sahin; A. E. Willner IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2001

We propose and experimentally implement a method of demultiplexing two data channels, which were multiplexed using orthogonal polarizations on the same wavelength in a power ratio of 1:2 in order to double the bandwidth utilization in the fiber. Our technique facilitates the straightforward decoding of the two data channels and does not require the demultiplexing of the two orthogonal polarizations ...


Numerical study of the implications of size nonuniformities in the performance of photonic crystal couplers using coupled mode theory

T. Kamalakis; T. Sphicopoulos IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 2005

Photonic crystals (PCs) are a promising technology for the realization of high-density optical integrated circuits. PC-based couplers have been proposed as a compact means of achieving wavelength multiplexing and demultiplexing. However, the performance of such devices can be limited by fabrication imperfections such as rod size nonuniformities. In this paper, coupled mode theory (CMT) is applied in order to study ...


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