Multi-wavelength regeneration of phase encoded signals based on phase sensitive amplifiers

Sygletos, Stylianos, Frascella, Paola, Garcia Gunning, Fatima C. and Ellis, Andrew D. (2012). Multi-wavelength regeneration of phase encoded signals based on phase sensitive amplifiers. IN: 14th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks (ICTON). IEEE conference publications . IEEE.

Abstract

Future high capacity optical links will have to make use of frequent signal regeneration to enable long distance transmission. In this respect, the role of all-optical signal processing becomes increasingly important because of its potential to mitigate signal impairments at low cost and power consumption. More substantial benefits are expected if regeneration is achieved simultaneously on a multiple signal band. Until recently, this had been achieved only for on-off keying modulation formats. However, as in future transmission links the information will be encoded also in the phase for enhancing the spectral efficiency, novel subsystem concepts will be needed for multichannel processing of such advanced signal formats. In this paper we show that phase sensitive amplifiers can be an ideal technology platform for developing such regenerators and we discuss our recent demonstration of the first multi-channel regenerator for phase encoded signals.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Computer Networks and Communications, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
ISBN: 978-1-4673-2228-7
Published Date: 2012-07
Authors: Sygletos, Stylianos
Frascella, Paola
Garcia Gunning, Fatima C.
Ellis, Andrew D.

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