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Research on Crosstalk Characteristics of Optical Switching Integrated Chips

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We put forward a new theoretical model of crosstalk in optical switching integrated chips, dependent on insertion loss and switch routing states. The theoretical model is verified by the 40Gb/s DQPSK experiment. The crosstalk range for the 16×16 Benes-type optical switching chips is calculated.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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