A high-speed demultiplexer based on a nonlinear optical loop mirror with a photonic crystal fiber
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A 50-m-long photonic crystal fiber with zero-dispersion wavelength at 1552 nm is used as the nonlinear medium in a nonlinear optical loop-mirror-based demultiplexer. The successful demultiplexing of an 80-Gb/s optical time-division multiplexing signal transmitted through an 80-km span of standard single-mode fiber and the error-free demultiplexing from 160 Gb/s are achieved.
Siahlo, A., Oxenløwe, L. K., Berg, K. S., Clausen, A., Andersen, P. A., Peucheret, C., Tersigni, A., Jeppesen, P., Hansen, K. P., & Folkenberg, J. R. (2003). A high-speed demultiplexer based on a nonlinear optical loop mirror with a photonic crystal fiber. I E E E Photonics Technology Letters, 15(8), 1147-1149. https://doi.org/10.1109/LPT.2003.815365