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Optically switched 56 GBd PAM-4 using a hybrid InP-TriPleX integrated tunable laser based on silicon nitride micro-ring resonators

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Tunable lasers are key elements for switching fabrics in future datacenter networks. Experimental results show transmission of 56 GBd PAM-4 data in a switching environment using an integrated silicon nitride micro-ring resonator based tunable laser.

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